Westmont public works projects released
Westmont Public Works Department recently announced a number of projects for 2015.
"Each year, the Village of Westmont budgets for various infrastructure improvement projects based on needs and available resources,” Acting Public Works Director Mike Ramsey said. “In recent years, the village has been very aggressive in addressing the needs of our community. At this time, we’ve determined the projects that will be slated for 2015. As with all construction projects, it is important to understand that much of our work is weather dependent and crews may be working on several projects in various locations at the same time. We appreciate everyone’s patience during this process.”
The projects include two street resurfacing project; the Jamestown Detention Basin modification project to rectify overflow issues at Oakwood Drive and 35th Street; the St. Joseph's Creek Stabilization Project to address erosion issues between 61st and 63rd streets; the reconstruction of Cumnor Road between 59th and 61st streets; and the West End and Park Street water main replacement.
More details about the projects can be found on the village's website at http://www.westmont.illinois.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=367.