News Flash Home
The original item was published from 9/30/2022 8:55:14 AM to 10/5/2022 3:41:20 PM.

News Flash

City News and Alerts

Posted on: September 30, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Resurfacing to start next week for dozens of City streets

Phase III(A) resurfacing map

The next phase of the City of Enterprise’s Resurfacing Improvement project is expected to begin next week, with several neighborhood roads on the list for resurfacing.

Nearly 60 streets, totaling roughly 16 miles of roadway, are included in Phase III (A): Baker Street, Bellwood Road, Benson Street, Biscayne Drive, Boykin Street, Cedar Drive, Colonial Drive, Cotton Creek Boulevard, Courthouse Street, Curry Alley, Damascus Apartment Road, Dixie Drive, Don Circle, Donald Street, Douglas Brown Circle, E. Russell Street, East Point Court, Easy Street, Fairway Drive, Feagin Street, Gibson Street, Hall Hill Court, James Drive, Johnson Street, Lakewood Drive, Live Oak Court, McRae Street, Meadow Lane, Meredith Street, N. Valley Hill Drive, North Pointe Boulevard, North Point Parkway, Pine Wood Drive, Pinecrest Loop, Pinedale Drive, Pinehurst Drive, Pineridge Drive, Professional Lane, Regency Drive, Rosebrook Place, S. Hill Street, S. Rawls Street, S. Valley Hill Drive, Sweet Gum Place, Tiger Lane, Vineyard Lane, W. Grubbs Street, W. Harrison Street, W. Kingswood Drive, W. Sand Creek Drive, Welborn Avenue, Wellston Drive, Wentworth Drive, West Point Court, Windsor Trace, Windwood Lane, Woodfield Place, and Woodley Drive. (See attached map).

“We are excited to be moving into the next phase of this project for infrastructure improvement and once this phase is complete, nearly 20% of City-maintained roadways will have been repaved,” Barry Mott, City Engineer/Public Works Director said. “This project continues to enhance the quality of life for the residents all over the City of Enterprise. 

In June 2020, all of the City-maintained roads were analyzed and scored. Roads were ranked from best to worst. Streets included in the resurfacing project were chosen based on the current pavement conditions in conjunction with the potential waterline and underground utility risk for damage.  The goal is to replace any at-risk water lines before resurfacing to reduce the likelihood that the new paving would have to be repaired or replaced.

Phase I, which included 42 streets and eight miles of roadways, was completed in 2020.  Phase II, which was just completed, included 55 streets and 17 miles of roadways. 

Phase III (A) of the project will cost about $3.9 million. Enterprise City Council awarded the bid to Wiregrass Construction Company. 

Drivers are reminded to use caution while in the work areas and be mindful that some street closures and other traffic interruptions may take place.

Facebook Twitter Email

Other News in City News and Alerts

We are hiring 110322

City of Enterprise job openings

Posted on: November 3, 2022
Enterprise Alabama official seal

Proposed short-term rental ordinance

Posted on: November 3, 2022
Election Day generic

Election Day information

Posted on: November 3, 2022
Water tower demolition 102522

Water tower demolished

Posted on: October 25, 2022
Spooky in the City 2022

Spooky in the City returns this Friday

Posted on: October 25, 2022
Downtown Fire 101622

Fire damages several downtown businesses

Posted on: October 16, 2022
Little Red Schoolhouse moves to Downtown Enterprise

The Little Red Schoolhouse moves Downtown

Posted on: September 29, 2022
Ashley Marshall is sworn in by Municipal Judge Paul Sherling.

Marshall sworn in as City Prosecutor

Posted on: September 20, 2022
Black History Month Proclamation 020222

Mayor proclaims Black History Month

Posted on: February 14, 2022