Current & Future Projects

Current & Future Projects

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Link to Richmond GIS Road Projects Map
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Link to Richmond GIS Road Projects Map

In-Process Projects

Stellar Streets Loop Phase I

  • Projected completion date: June 29, 2019
  • Funding: 80% Federal Highway / 20% TIF
  • Scope: Redesigns North 7th Street, South/North 10th Street, and sections of East Main Street to include Richmond's first dedicated bike/pedestrian paths.
  • Goal: Connect the City Center to the Gorge Park, Downtown Richmond, and the Historic Depot District.
Project Status as of APRIL 1, 2019
  • North 7th Street and North 10th Street: Curb ramp and paving work. Anticipated completion: mid-May 2019
  • East Main between North 5th and North 7th Streets: See map below.
Update, April 15, 2019

The Stellar Streets Loop Phase I Project is an INDOT LPA Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Enhancement project. As an INDOT LPA project, it is managed under the direction of United and Mike Prather of INDOT. Biweekly coordination meetings between the general and subcontractors with participation from city officials have been on-going thorough-out the project. The City is committed to working with INDOT to add evening public update meetings to the calendar, in order to provide an opportunity to directly ask questions. This offer is in addition to the updates to Council, website updates, social media posts, monthly updates to the Downtown Business Group and  the Depot District group.

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Sidewalk Improvements (in TIF)

  • Projected completion date: end June 2019 (depending on InDOT coordination)
  • Funding: 100% TIF
  • Scope: Within the TIF District, replacement of sidewalks and some lighting updates.
  • Goal: Pedestrian safety.
  • North D Street
  • North 8th Street
  • North A Street
  • North and South 7th Street
  • South Service Street

Stellar Facade Project

  • Projected completion date: end July 2019
  • Goal: Business attraction and retention, renewed pride in Center City, and increased tax base.
  • 631 East Main Street: Phillips Drugs
  • 706 East Main Street: Private Owner
  • 720-724 East Main Street: The Secret Ingredient
  • 820 East Main Street: Tin Lizzie Cafe/Tin Cup
  • 930 East Main Street: BSN Sports
Update, April 15, 2019

The City of Richmond was designated a Stellar Community in 2013. This designation allowed the City the opportunity to seek grant funds to complete projects within the Stellar Boundaries. The City submitted a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) in late September of 2017 for the Stellar Façade projects downtown. On October 17, 2017, the City of Richmond signed an agreement with the Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA) officially kicking off the Stellar Façade project. This grant, in the amount of $750,000, is funding 80% of the project. The remaining 20% is being funding by a grant from the Urban Enterprise Association (10%) and the property owners (10%) participating in the program. After bids were received in May 2018 and alternates selected by individual property owners, the project cost totaled $971, 007. This is under the CDBG grant application budget of $1,237,500. As with any historical rehabilitation project, unforeseen issues can arise when construction begins and this number is subject to change. A final project cost will not be available until all projects are completed later this year.

US 27 South / US 40 East Reconstruction

  • Projected completion date: end June 2019
Project Status as of APRIL 1, 2019
  • US 40 Panel Installation
  • Paving work on North A Street
  • Mill & Paving work from Lamar Lundy Bridge to South 3rd Street
  • Sidewalk installation

Future: Road closure on US 40 during panel installation.

Blight Elimination Program

The goal of the Blight Elimination Program is to stabilize residential property values and prevent foreclosures in Indiana neighborhoods and communities. Since 2015 the city has removed over 130 unsafe and blighted homes leaving safer and more attractive neighborhoods in it's wake. Target Area

Future Projects

Community Crossings 2019

  • Bid: April 2019
  • Projected Construction: September - October 2019
  • Funding: 50% State / 50% Local
  • Scope: Milling and paving work on deteriorated roads.
  • Goal: Infrastructure maintenance

Wayne County National Heritage Trail

  • Under Design with Green3
  • Projected Construction: June 2020-end of August 2020
  • Funding: 100% Federal Highway
  • Scope: New Trail

Whitewater Gorge Connector Trail

  • Funding: 80% Federal Highway / 20% TIF
  • Scope: New Trail

US 27 South Reconstruction

  • Projected Construction: Q1 2021

Stellar Streets Loop Phase II

  • Under Preliminary Engineering with Clark Deitz
  • Projected Construction: April - November 2022
  • Funding: 80% Federal Highway / 20% TIF
  • Scope: Redesigns Fort Wayne Avenue, sections of North E Street, and sections of East Main Street to connect Richmond's first dedicated bike/pedestrian paths.
Update, April 15, 2019

The first internal coordination meeting is scheduled for May 2nd. This meeting will include project leads from Clark Dietz, City staff, and City Council Transportation Committee Members. Jim from Clark Dietz will be discussing the preliminary work that is taking place and the sequence of events that will occur leading to the letting. The first public engagement meeting date and scope will be discussed at this meeting.

Depot Bridge Replacement

  • Projected Construction: Q1 2023

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Locations

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