Sidewalk construction will begin Monday, June 28 at the 2000-2100 block of Shady Brook Drive, from Shady Lane to Shady Wood Drive. This is especially good news for families whose children walk to Shady Brook Elementary School nearby. The sidewalk is anticipated to be complete by late July, weather depending, in plenty of time before the new school year. Residents Ellie Pitts and Mary Young were instrumental in helping this become a reality, by getting the necessary signatures on a petition from the vast majority of the homeowners in this section.
To request a sidewalk repair in the City, please fill out the request form. Requests are sent to the Streets Division and Streets personnel will go out to the site to inspect and evaluate the sidewalk’s condition. Then, the sidewalk will be given a rating to determine its priority in the repair queue.
Public Works is currently working on a formal request process for residents to request sidewalks be put in where there is no existing sidewalk. The proposed process will need to be reviewed and approved by the 4B Commission and City Council. If approved, it will be promoted on City communication channels.