Street Reconstruction

91st streetThe Neighborhood Streets Reconstruction Program (NSRP), initiated in 2010 to reconstruct existing streets that have come to the end of their useful life, replaces the Residential Street Program (1988-2010) that converted ditch streets into curb and gutter streets. The NSRP will include asphalt pavement replacement, driveway approaches, as well as sidewalks, storm sewers, and street lights. It will give new life to the existing streets for another 50 years.

This program will continue in the city's investment to maintain and enhance high-quality public infrastructure.

The program upgrades are funded by the city's Capital Improvements Program with the 1/8 cent sales tax revenues.

Streets upgraded in 2015:

  • Glenwood Street, north of 149th Terrace to 151st Street
  • 150th Street east and west of Glenwood Street to end of cul-de-sacs
  • Riggs Street east of Glenwood Street
  • 149th Terrace east and west of Glenwood Street to end of cul-de-sacs
  • Adjacent cul-de-sacs

Streets to be upgraded in 2016:

  • Travis Lane and 72nd Terrace, from 73rd Street to Lamar
  • 72nd Street from Metcalf to Lamar avenues
  • 71st Terrace west of Glenwood Street
  • Glenwood Street from 71st to 73rd streets
  • Riggs Street, from 71st to 72nd streets
  • Walmer Street, from 71st to 72nd streets

Streets to be upgraded in 2017:

  • Grant, 79th to 87th streets