Residents are invited to attend an information session on the Paving for Progress program to learn more about the data collection underway to evaluate the condition of the streets, and how this data will be used to develop a long-term plan for street improvements.
Tuesday, September 30 at 5:15 p.m.
National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library’s WFLA Heritage Hall
Representatives from Cedar Rapids Public Works and local professional engineering firm HR Green, Inc. will provide an informational presentation on the steps being taken to develop the City’s Pavement Management Plan, which will assist prioritization efforts utilizing the funds provided by the local option sales tax. The information session is intended to increase awareness on how the plan will be put in place after the pavement data is evaluated.
Paving for Progress will capitalize on $18 million in new annual revenue, set aside solely for the maintenance, repair, construction and reconstruction of public streets.
Where can I go to learn more?
Residents who will be impacted by specific projects will be contacted directly, with information tailored to their neighborhood. This page will continue to be updated as projects are planned.
Click below for an interactive map of upcoming projects: