The City’s contractor, Schroeder Asphalt Services, Inc., has started construction in the following areas as part of the City’s Fair Meadows Subdivision Rehabilitation Project.
- Bishop Street from Forest Avenue to Roosevelt Road
- Blakely Street from Glen Avenue to August Avenue
- Barber Street from Glen Avenue to August Avenue
- Allen Avenue from Glen Avenue to August Avenue
- Glen Avenue from Joliet Street to Bishop Street
- Augusta Avenue from Joliet Street to Neltnor Avenue
Residents can view a map of the project locations on the City website.
Construction activities in these areas are scheduled for Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., and Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The Project is anticipated to be substantially complete by August 2023.
During construction hours, traffic flow may be temporarily restricted with all streets being open to traffic at the end of each business day. In addition, access to driveways may also be temporarily restricted. If driveway access is restricted, overnight street parking will be permitted for those residents affected by driveway construction.
Residents in the affected areas were provided a construction notice of the upcoming work.
Residents seeking reasonable accessibility accommodations during construction, may contact Jeffery Klein, P.E., Resident Engineer, at (217) 549-1220 or email@example.com. All general inquiries may be directed to Dave Shah, P.E., Assistant Director of Public Works, at (630) 293-2255, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Fair Meadows Subdivision Rehabilitation Project
The City of West Chicago’s Fair Meadows Subdivision Rehabilitation Project is partially funded by a Capital Development Block Grant, which is awarded and administered through DuPage County.
Proposed project improvements include: pavement resurfacing and patching; sidewalk, curb, and gutter replacement; installation of ADA-compliant sidewalk ramps; sanitary and storm sewer and manhole repairs; installation of new water main; replacement of residential water service lines replacement; new street lights along Augusta Avenue and Bishop Street; and new pavement markings.