Weekly Construction Update

Each week during construction season, we'll be updating this page with information about the progress on our construction projects. Offseason updates (November-March) will be less frequent due to less activity.


Downtown Drainage Construction


12/19/18 - Construction to upgrade the storm drainage in Downtown Frederick continues. Currently, 5th Street is closed from just before the Oak Street intersection to just before the Locust Street intersection. Patching of this area is scheduled to take place this Thursday and Friday and then 5th Street will be open. Third Street is now open. All of your favorite Downtown businesses can still be accessed. Read more information about this project, including schedule, detour routes and information on our Come Around the Construction Giveaway Contest and Business Offers!

2018 Pavement Maintenance


11/2/18 - Crack sealing is now complete in Fox Run, Wyndham Hill and No Name Creek neighborhoods, and will begin in downtown over the next two weeks. The following areas have been or will be paved as part of the 2018 Pavement Maintenance Program:
  • Intersection of Bella Rosa Pkwy (CR 20) and Aggregate Blvd (CR 7) - done
  • Intersection of 5th & Hawthorn - done
  • Hawthorn from 5th Street north - done
The following areas will be slurry sealed over the next two weeks:
  • Main St from 4th to 8th Sts. - Done
  • 8th St from Main to Maple Sts. - Done
  • Kosmerl Place, Rowe Place, Dawnhill Court, Dawnhill Circle, Sunrise Court, Sunrise Place, Morningside Circle and Morningside Drive from Rowe St north in the Morningside neighborhood - done
  • Steeple Rock Drive, Saratoga Trail, Ruby Hill Drive, Emerald Drive and Black Mesa Road from Emerald north in the Wyndham Hill Neighborhood - done

Alleyway Maintenance Improvements


11/6/18 -  The alleyways on 7th and 8th Streets from Elm to Oak Street and Oak Street to Locust Street are now complete.

2018 Striping

 
11/28/18 - This work has been completed.

Village East Public Improvements


12/19/18 - Ridgeway Blvd (CR 15) is now open. It will be closed again in the spring for paving.

Crist Park Playground Open


10/31/18 - The playground at Crist Park is now open with a new poured-in-place playground surface. This resurfacing creates a more ADA accessible and safer play environment, and also has a much longer useful life than EWF, making it a more cost effective option.







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