Current & Future Infrastructure Projects

Kate Kotan

765-983-7215

kkotan@richmondindiana.gov

Community Development Coordinator

The City strives to provide the most accurate updates on current and future road and building projects. This regularly updated resource page of maps, schedules, and project details serves to inform and engage citizens about the infrastructure and development work in the community.

Link to Richmond GIS Road Projects Map

The City strives to provide the most accurate updates on current and future road and building projects. This regularly updated resource page of maps, schedules, and project details serves to inform and engage citizens about the infrastructure and development work in the community.

Link to Richmond GIS Road Projects Map

In-Process Projects

Stellar Facade Project

Projected completion date: TBD
Goal: Business attraction and retention, renewed pride in Center City, and increased tax base.
LOCATIONS

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.

Future Projects

Wayne County National Heritage Trail

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

Whitewater Gorge Connector Trail

Design: Butler, Fairman, & Seufert
Projected Construction:
May 2021 - end of July 2021
Funding: 80% Federal Highway / 20% TIF
Scope: New Trail

US 27 South Reconstruction

Projected Construction: Q1 2021

Depot Bridge 

Maintenance Work In-process
Substructure Repair/Rehab
Projected schedule: Q1 2021 
Bridge Replacement  Projected schedule: Q1 2023

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Resources

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Locations

2380 Liberty Ave.

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