Dehne Road/Glendale Avenue Stormwater Project - 2018
|Tentative Completion Date||Wednesday, October 31, 2018 (tentative)|
|Project Managers||Village Staff (To Be Named)|
|Contractor||A Lamp Concrete Contractors|
|Award Contract Amount||$513,880 (all stormwater projects for FY 18/19)|
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The Village recognizes that this project will impact a large number of residents living in the immediate area. For that reason, the NotifyMe e-mail listserv is availlable to anyone who is interested in the project can get regular updates on the project as well as information on any detours. If you are interested, please subscribe at this link. Updates will begin when the project commences in summer 2018.
This project involves increasing the swale capacity between Dehne Road and Glendale Avenue and the adjacent properties near this intersection. This project also involves removing and replacing 350 feet of old 8-inch corrugated storm sewer pipe and inlets located on the east side of Glendale Road and constructing a 330 foot, 18-inch storm sewer along Glendale Avenue between Bellevue Place and Techny Road. Currently, this intersection experiences flooding of the roadway and parkway.
Enabling ResolutionA full description of the project can be found as part of Resolution 2018-91, which awarded the project to the Village's contractor.
Project contacts will be announced once the contract for this project has been awarded. If you have questions, you may contact the Village by telephone at 847-272-4711 or via the GONorthbrook system.
Project LocationsThe project will be limited to the intersection of Dehne Road and Glendale Avenue, adjacent properties and properties along Glendale between Bellevue Place and Techny Road. Final maps and more details will become available once the project is awarded.
Current Project Updates
August 10, 2018
Previous Project Updates
August 3, 2018
This month, the Village will begin construction of three stormwater management projects: Woodlawn Road, Dehne Road and Glendale Avenue, and Elm Ridge Drive culvert replacement. On Thursday, August 2, the Village held an Open House for residents to share information on the scope of work and timelines for each project. Staff anticipates work will begin early to mid-August and be completed in November.