2020 Resurfacing Program

Project Update: July 10, 2020

The City of Waukesha 2020 Resurfacing project will be kicking off next week (weather dependent). The contractor is planning on removing trees near the culvert ends and within the drainage easement area starting on Tuesday 7/14. Following the tree and shrub removal, the underground contractor Mid-City will begin the installation of the new box culverts. They plan on beginning with the crossing at University Drive and work West.

During this time Rolling Ridge Drive from STH 318 to University Drive will be closed to Local Traffic Only. Residents who live along Rolling Ridge Drive will be able to access their driveway during this time. The contractor is asking to try to avoid the area if they are working on a box culvert.

If you have any questions, please contact me at your convenience.

This year the resurfacing program is in the Rolling Ridge area of the City.  The project will consist of sewer manhole and storm inlet repairs, curb and gutter repairs, upgrading handicap ramps to meet current ADA standards, milling and overlaying/paving with asphalt pavement.

Public Notification Letter

Also included in this project is phase I of the flood mitigation improvements in this areas.  this will include up-sizing the existing culvert crossings along Rolling Ridge Drive from Devonshire Ct. to University Drive.