The Town recently finalized construction of 26 on-street parking spaces along West Benchmark Road, sidewalk realignment by Mikaela Way, construction of an underground water quality vault, and drainage improvements to prevent the flooding of the Avon Public Library’s lower floor area. The stormwater quality vault collects runoff from Mikaela Way, the Recreation Center parking lot and the Avon Town Hall parking lot to remove pollutants before discharging into the Eagle River. The project budget, as approved by the Avon Town Council, was $581,000.
Old Town Hall Utility Work
Throughout fall, utility work to disconnect the old Town Hall from water, gas, and electric will take place. Old Town Hall will not be demolished in 2020. A major component of the project includes the installation of a new water main from Lake Street along the recreation path south of the field to better serve Town facilities in the Park as well as a future public restroom on the site.
The pedestrian experience along Avon Road underneath I-70 is important because it connects the Nottingham Road trail, Swift Gulch Road trail and the Nottingham Road neighborhood with the Town Core. It has poor connectivity; and winter icing issues. The project will widen the path on the west side separating it from traffic and improve the drainage. The final cost will be $990,000.
Yoder Avenue Asphalt Overlay project
The project generally consists of asphalt milling, demolition, and curb and gutter repair. Yoder Ave. runs from Post Blvd to Home Depot. The budget for this project is $200,000.
Eaglebend Drive Overlay Project
The project consists of asphalt milling, demolition and new asphalt overlay. Eaglebend Drive runs from Hurd Lane/Stonegridge Drive east to the cul de sac. The budget for this project is $200,000.