Neighborhood Sidewalk Improvements
This project includes the replacement of sidewalks in the Pannaway Manor neighborhood and along Greenland Road and Sherburne Road to the intersection with Borthwick Avenue. The contract will be awarded in early February with an anticipated construction start in the Spring. The Ocean Road Crossing portion of this project will not be constructed as part of this contract.
Project Status: Bids Received, Anticipate Award in February
Marc Batchelder, P.E., Project Manager
Start: Anticipate Spring 2023
Estimated Cost: $1,090,000.00
Designer: Marc Batchelder, P.E. / In-House Staff
Contractor: John H. Lyman & Sons, Inc.
A Public Information Meeting was held on September 21, 2022. Go to the video recording of the meeting.
For a PDF of the current plan (Dec 2022), click here.
For the presentation from the March 9, 2022 meeting, click here.
Maple Haven Area Safety Improvements
The project for installation of a flashing pedestrian beacon signal and crosswalk at the intersection of Ocean Road and Suzanne / Winchester Streets is on hold. The City is in the process of acquiring easements and permits
Project Status: Final design/Approvals from NHDOT
Marc Batchelder, Project Manager
Designer/Contractor: Marc Batcheler. P.E./In-house staff
Maplewood Avenue Sidewalk Replacement
This project includes the reconstruction of the sidewalk system from the railroad track crossing near Deer St up to Dennett St along the south side of the road and from Mill Pond Way to the North Mill Pond Causeway along the north side of Maplewood Avenue.
Project Status: Preliminary design
Dave Desfosses, Project Manager
Elwyn Park Sidewalks/Sidepath
Description: (TSM-17-PL-63 CIP FY24-29 p.135) This project will provide safe pedestrian connections and traffic calming throughout the Elwyn Park Neighborhood. A feasibility study has been completed using prior year Capital funding which identified priority streets within the neighborhood for addition of sidewalks and recommended traffic calming measures.
State Street Sidewalks -- Completed
See this project map for more detail. Go to March 30, 2022 Public Information Meeting presentation.