Street Reconstruction Projects

All City of New Haven streets will be subject to major rehabilitation at some time during their lifespan. We use seal coating, patching, and mill and overlay techniques to greatly extend pavement life. However, at some point the road condition deteriorates to the point that complete reconstruction becomes the most cost-effective solution.

Street reconstruction may involve complete replacement of the roadway section, repair/installation of concrete curb and gutter, and repairs or replacement of the underground public utilities. It may also include installation of new pedestrian and bicycle features per the Comprehensive Plan.

2023 Street Projects

Woodmere Drive

  • 1/2 mile of reconstruction from Moeller Road to East Allen County Alternative School
  • Full replacement of concrete curb and gutters
  • Installation of new 5-foot sidewalk from Moeller Road to East Allen County Alternative School
  • Installed street lighting along Woodmere Drive
  • Partial replacement of 200 feet of sanitary sewer main
  • Installed five new sanitary sewer laterals
  • Reconstructed fifty-five driveway approaches on Woodmere Drive

CCMG 2022-02 Mill and Fill

  • Sheridan Road: 1/2 mile of mill and fill from dead end to New Haven Avenue
  • Brookwood Drive: 700 feet of mill and fill from Courtney Drive to Genie Row
  • Sherbrook Drive: 1,800 feet of mill and fill from Moeller Road to Melbourne Drive
  • Courtney Drive: 360 feet of mill and fill from Brandford Court to Royalton Drive
  • Brandford Court: 450 feet of mill and fill from Courtney Drive to cul-de-sac
  • Hartzell Road: 1 mile of mill and fill from Moeller Road to State Road 930
  • Homestead Drive: 340 feet of mill and fill from Park Avenue to Prospect Avenue
  • Seiler Road: 1/4 mile of mill and fill from Shoreline Boulevard to City of New Haven city boundary
  • Pinestone Drive: 700 feet of mill and fill from Seiler Road through Carmondy Crossing
  • Short Street: 164 feet of mill and fill from Green Street to 715 feet west of Tanglewood
  • Rose Avenue: 1,420 of mill and fill from Lincoln Highway East to Hartzell Road
  • Linden Road: 1,971 feet of mill and fill from Rose Avenue to Summit Street
  • Summit Street: 1/4 mile of mill and fill from Linden Road to transition to concrete
  • McConnel Drive: 670 feet of mill and fill from dead end to Lincoln Highway East

2023 City Projects

  • Library Trail Installed - A new trail 1/4 mile long, was installed along Lincoln Highway East connecting the Library to Downtown. This project was part of the City's goal to further expand the trail system that will eventually have all trails within the City to connect to the River Greenway which is a Northeast Indiana trail system that connects all of Northeast Indiana. The trail system was done in conjunction with a new water main installation. The cost of the project was $151,448.80 and was funded by the I-469 / Downtown TIF allocation.
  • Water Main - Thirteen hundred feet of water main were newly installed along Lincoln Highway East in efforts to update the city's sewer system. The City has prioritized making infrastructure a priority by allocating funds to initiatives such as these. Included in this project; 13 new water service laterals were installed along with 1,600 feet of old water main being eliminated.
  • Wet Weather Treatment Facility - The City started the installation of a new Wet Weather Treatment Facility to eliminate the overflow of sanitary going into our rivers. This project is part of the City's Long-Term Control Plan (LTCP) that was approved by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM). The new facility will treat up to 2.5 million gallons a day and save the City's residents from an increase of 33-dollar to only a 3-dollar increase. Located on the south side of Havenhurst Park, the facility is scheduled to be completed by September 2024. The project was designed by Wessler Engineer and construction is being handled by Thieneman Construction.