Infrastructure Project Updates
Street Preservation Projects
Mission’s 2022 street preservation project included work in the following areas: 62nd Street, Woodson Road to Lamar Avenue; Reeds Road, 49th Street to 50th Terrace; and Outlook Street, 49th Street to 51st Street. Click here for more information on street preservation in Mission here.
STREET PRESERVATION PROJECT 2023
Week of 5/29/2023:
- 61st Terrace: G-B Construction will be pouring the concrete floor for the eastern culvert.
- 50th Terrace: G-B Constuction is currently working on stormwater installation and this work is anticipated to be complete by 5/26/2023.
- Riggs Avenue: G-B Construction will begin removing and replacing stormwater pipe. The stormwater pipe will be constructed half at a time and steel plates will be placed over the trench overnight. Riggs Ave. will be open to thru traffic.
Week of 5/15/2023:
On Monday, May 15, 2023, construction begin on the eastern culvert on 61st Terrace (Lamar to Woodson). G-B Construction will set up traffic control and the road will be closed to through traffic with a hard closure at the culvert (approximately 5916 W. 61st Terrace). Please drive carefully and follow detour routes.
Mission’s 2023 street preservation project includes the following streets:
- W. 61st Terr., Lamar Ave. to Woodson Rd.
- Riggs Ave., 53rd St. north to dead end.
- Reeds Rd., 51st St. east to city limits.
- Beverly Ave., 57th St. to 56th St.
The scope of work includes full depth pavement reconstruction; curb and gutter removal and replacement; partial driveway approach removal and replacement; and stormwater improvements or repairs. Click here for more information on street construction.
The street construction was bid in January 2023 and G-B Construction LLC was the low bidder with a bid amount not to exceed $2,779,387.51. The construction contract was considered for approval at the March 15, 2023 City Council meeting. Construction is anticipated to begin in May 2023 and is estimated to be completed within 170 days. Once the contract is approved, more information will be provided on the construction schedule and phasing.
In preparation for construction, there are several utilities that are currently replacing their aging infrastructure on these streets including gas, water, fiber, power, etc.
Project updates will be provided on this website page. Any questions regarding this project, please contact:
Brent Morton, Project Manager, at 913-676-8380 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Celia Duran, Public Works Director, at 913-676-8381 (email@example.com)
STREET PRESERVATION PROJECT 2024
Mission’s 2024 street preservation project includes the following street:
- 55th Street, Lamar Ave. east to city limits.
The scope of work includes full depth pavement reconstruction; curb and gutter removal and replacement; partial driveway approach removal and replacement; and stormwater improvements or repairs.
The project is currently under design for construction in 2024. Depending upon the final construction cost, construction of this street may be phased over two years depending upon available budget.
FOXRIDGE DR. (51ST STREET TO LAMAR AVE.) STREET REHABILITATION PROJECT
Foxridge West Bound Closed on 4/6/2023
- The westbound lane on Foxridge Dr. west of Lamar Ave. will be closed from April 6 to May 1st for installation of a gas main. Message boards will be posted informing drivers of this change in traffic flow.
- Please drive slowly and follow detour signs.
The Foxridge Dr. (51st St. to Lamar Ave.) Street Rehabilitation Project is part of the City’s 5-year Capital Improvement Plan project for 2023. The scope of work includes full depth pavement reconstruction; sidewalk and retaining walls; stormwater improvements; traffic signal buyout and replacement; streetlights; and pavement
The street construction was bid in January 2023 and VF Anderson Builders LLC was the low bidder with a bid amount not to exceed $5,167,691,00. This project is funded using the City’s capital improvement funds, as well as Johnson County CARS funding of $1,649,000. Construction is anticipated to begin at the end of May 2023 and is estimated to be completed on or before December 1, 2023.
In preparation for construction, there are several utilities that are currently replacing their aging infrastructure on these streets including gas, water, fiber, power, etc. This project will be constructed with a number of different phases, including temporary closures at specific locations for stormwater repairs at the beginning of the project and one-way westbound traffic during various future phases.
During construction, drivers will be able to access businesses and developments on Foxridge Dr. Please pay attention to message boards which will inform drivers of detour routes and drive cautiously through the construction zone.
Nelson Wastewater Treatment Facility Improvements
The Nelson Complex Wastewater Treatment Facility (WWTF) is Johnson County’s oldest treatment facility, and its service area is comprised of two main tributary basins – one of which is the Mission Main (MTM1). The improvements project will upgrade the treatment facility as well as some pump stations and mains to address aged and deteriorating infrastructure and to comply with regulatory requirements.
The westbound lane of Foxridge Drive will be closed November 30 for an extended period through February 2023 for the installation of a pipeline in the westbound lane. This work is being coordinated ahead of the City of Mission’s reconstruction of Foxridge Drive itself. Please follow traffic detours signage.
Visit the project website to learn more: jcwnelson.com
Private Development Updates
For updates on large private development projects underway or in the planning phase in Mission, visit the Current Projects page.
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