2019 Public Works Improvement Projects

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Waunakee Construction Update - Week of August 19, 2019

August Construction Newsletter

DORN DRIVE

DORN DRIVE RECONSTRUCTION

This summer, the Village of Waunakee will be re-surfacing Dorn Drive from STH 19 to Raymond Road..

The contractors will mill off the existing asphalt pavement, complete any street base repairs (as needed), and re-grade the street in preparation for the new asphalt surface.  In order to accommodate the construction activities, these streets will be closed to thru traffic and a “no parking” restriction will be in effect from 7:00am to 7:00pm daily for the duration of the project.  The Contractor will make every effort to make the roadway passable to homeowners at the end of each day.  However, there may be times when access to your property may not be possible.  Also, please be aware that travel within the construction zone will be at your own risk.  

RAYMOND ROAD

RAYMOND ROAD RECONSTRUCTION

This summer, the Village of Waunakee will be re-surfacing Raymond Road from Fifth Street to the dead end.

The contractors will mill off the existing asphalt pavement, complete any street base repairs (as needed), and re-grade the street in preparation for the new asphalt surface.  In order to accommodate the construction activities, these streets will be closed to thru traffic and a “no parking” restriction will be in effect from 7:00am to 7:00pm daily for the duration of the project.  The Contractor will make every effort to make the roadway passable to homeowners at the end of each day.  However, there may be times when access to your property may not be possible.  Also, please be aware that travel within the construction zone will be at your own risk.  

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WEXFORD DRIVE-2

WEXFORD DRIVE RECONSTRUCTION

This summer, the Village of Waunakee will be making improvements to Wexford Drive from Kingston Road to Winston Way.

Improvements will also be made to a portion of Wexford Drive from S. Division Street to Wimbleton Way.

The contractors will mill off the existing asphalt pavement, complete any street base repairs (as needed), and re-grade the street in preparation for the new asphalt surface.  In order to accommodate the construction activities, these streets will be closed to thru traffic and a “no parking” restriction will be in effect from 7:00am to 7:00pm daily for the duration of the project.  The Contractor will make every effort to make the roadway passable to homeowners at the end of each day.  However, there may be times when access to your property may not be possible.  Also, please be aware that travel within the construction zone will be at your own risk.  

CAMBRIDGE COURT

CAMBRIDGE COURT RECONSTRUCTION

This summer, the Village of Waunakee will be re-surfacing N. Cambridge Court and S. Cambridge Court.

The contractors will mill off the existing asphalt pavement, complete any street base repairs (as needed), and re-grade the street in preparation for the new asphalt surface.  In order to accommodate the construction activities, these streets will be closed to thru traffic and a “no parking” restriction will be in effect from 7:00am to 7:00pm daily for the duration of the project.  The Contractor will make every effort to make the roadway passable to homeowners at the end of each day.  However, there may be times when access to your property may not be possible.  Also, please be aware that travel within the construction zone will be at your own risk.  

WINSTON WAY

WINSTON WAY RECONSTRUCTION

This summer, the Village of Waunakee will be re-surfacing Winston Way from Simon Crestway to approximately 107-108 Winston Way.

The contractors will mill off the existing asphalt pavement, complete any street base repairs (as needed), and re-grade the street in preparation for the new asphalt surface.  In order to accommodate the construction activities, these streets will be closed to thru traffic and a “no parking” restriction will be in effect from 7:00am to 7:00pm daily for the duration of the project.  The Contractor will make every effort to make the roadway passable to homeowners at the end of each day.  However, there may be times when access to your property may not be possible.  Also, please be aware that travel within the construction zone will be at your own risk.  

WIMBLETON WAY

WIMBLETON WAY RECONSTRUCTION

This summer, the Village of Waunakee will be making improvements to Wimbleton Way from Dover Drive to the dead end.

The contractors will mill off the existing asphalt pavement, complete any street base repairs (as needed), and re-grade the street in preparation for the new asphalt surface.  In order to accommodate the construction activities, these streets will be closed to thru traffic and a “no parking” restriction will be in effect from 7:00am to 7:00pm daily for the duration of the project.  The Contractor will make every effort to make the roadway passable to homeowners at the end of each day.  However, there may be times when access to your property may not be possible.  Also, please be aware that travel within the construction zone will be at your own risk.  

Contact Us:

Newsletters and updates will be sent to the affected property owners via mail and/or email throughout the project. If you would like to be added to the list for email updates, please send your request to: tmeinholz@waunakee.com 

If you have any questions or concerns with these or any other current projects, please contact our Construction Manager, Jim Madden at (608) 850-8500 or (608) 576-9558. You can also email him at: jmadden@waunakee.com  

Below is a link to the construction plans:

http://www.waunakee.com/DocumentCenter/View/5162/2019-PW-Project-Bid-Set

2019 Bike/Pedestrian Path Improvement Projects

KOPP ROAD BIKEPATH
SIXMILE CREEK BIKEPATH

KOPP ROAD CONNECTION

This summer, the Village of Waunakee will be completing the connection between the two existing sections of the path on the north side of Kopp Road.


SIXMILE CREEK CONNECTION

This summer, the Village of Waunakee will be installing a connection from the existing path from Fairbrook Drive, along the north edge of Sixmile Creek and connect it to N. Madison Street at the new public library site.


Annual Maintenance Projects

Chip Seal

Chip Sealing



The Village will be chip sealing several streets to prolong the life of the roadways. For a complete list of streets click here...

Chip Sealing is a pavement surface treatment that combines one or more layer(s) of asphalt with one or more layer(s) of fine aggregate. Chipseals are typically used on roads carrying lower traffic volumes, and the process is often referred to as "asphaltic surface treatment". 

Chipseals are constructed by evenly distributing a thin base of hot bitumen or asphalt onto an existing pavement and then embedding finely graded aggregate into it. The aggregate is evenly distributed over the seal spray, then rolled into a smooth pavement surface. It can keep pavement in good condition longer by sealing out water and repairing minor cracks.