Q: What are the project limits?
Sidewalk improvements will occur on one side of the street or both sides of the street at the following locations:
The Engelwood Park Neighborhood. Please see Streets Designated for Sidewalk Improvements tab.
Sidewalk Slabs designated for improvement were previously identified and marked prior to project start.
Q: How deep - far will the sidewalks go in the public right-of-way?
Sidewalks are typically placed as far from the street as possible at the intersection of the right-of-way and the property line.
Q: Will I have access to my driveway or home entrance?
Yes. Throughout the project, you will have access to your driveway or entrance. However, there may be times when both are impacted temporarily as the project progresses. Should there be an impact to your driveway or entrance, the contractor will notify you in advance of starting work.
Q: Will there be noise?
At times yes. There is potential for an increase in noise during project hours.
Q: What happens if there is an emergency?
Should an emergency occur, the contractor will grant first responders and emergency vehicles priority access.
Q: What about solid waste and recycling collection?
Solid waste, recycling, mail, and other services will continue on schedule without interruption.
Q: Will my irrigation system be okay?
The contractor will make a considerable effort to protect sprinkler - irrigation systems. Should an irrigation system become damaged during the project, the contractor will coordinate with the homeowner in getting the system repaired. You many contact the contractor directly to discuss your irrigation concerns or situation by phone at 407.448.5286 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: What about underground utilities water, power, sewer, and cable?
Repair or rehabilitation of sidewalks should not impact underground utilities. Typically, underground utilities are installed at a depth at or greater than 3-ft. It is highly unlikely repairs will damage an underground utility. However should this occur, homeowners should contact the project manager and notify their utility provider. The contractor will coordinate with the home owner to get the utility repaired.
Q: Who do I call should I have questions or special needs?
You may also contact Alex Bryan by email at email@example.com. You may also contact Assistant Division Manager Howard Elkin by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.