College and Wilson Street Drainage Improvements
Current Status (April 10, 2018)Staff has moved forward with final engineering design with Engineering Resource Associates and plans are anticipated to be completed by the end of April. The plans will be released for bids in May with construction scheduled for mid-summer.
The City is holding a neighborhood meeting at City Hall on Wednesday May 9th in the Council Chambers from 7:00-8:00pm to present the project, type of work, location of work, impact, length of construction, etc. and hopefully address any questions or concerns that residents may have. Reminder postcards will also be sent out to the neighborhood as we approach the meeting date.
The Phase I preliminary engineering study has been completed and the City has sent out a Request for Qualifications to consulting firms for Phase II Final Engineering services for the replacement of the existing storm sewer along College Street from Wilson Street then south to the outfall at Mahoney Creek. Once a consultant has been selected, the Phase II final engineering is expected to take place during Spring 2018 and once completed the project will move into the bidding phase with construction in summer 2018.
Status (January 8, 2018)
The drainage report has been submitted to the City and is currently under review. We anticipate awarding the detailed design engineering contract in January with construction expected to begin in summer of 2018.
Status (December 8, 2017)
Status (October 9, 2017)
Engineering Resource Associates has completed the hydraulic analysis of the existing storm sewer and has prepared alternatives for improvements to the drainage area. The City is currently waiting for the final report to be submitted and once this is complete we will evaluate the various alternatives for improvements.
Status (March 1, 2017)
Engineering Resource Associates will begin the survey on March 2, 2017. Surveyors will be on-site collecting size and elevation information on the existing storm sewer and will also be performing topographical survey of the area.
The City has selected Engineering Resource Associates of Wheaton, Illinois to perform a study of the drainage area tributary to the College and Wilson Street storm sewer system that extends to Mahoney Creek. The purpose of the study is to provide an analysis of the existing storm sewer network and to identify potential bottlenecks to the system which can cause flooding. This is a “Phase I” study only which will include preliminary engineering with recommended capital improvements to the storm network that will alleviate flooding within the area.
The City has experienced localized on street flooding on Wilson Street near its intersection with College Street during moderately intense rain events over the past several years. The objective is to identify locations within the storm sewer system that may need to be enlarged or modified and to develop solutions to address the flooding issues.
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For concerns or questions, please contact Chris Bong via email or call 630-454-2752. When calling outside of normal working hours, 7:00 AM -4:00PM (M-F) please leave a message.