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Flushing Road
Water Main Replacement Project

The City of Flushing will be undertaking a water main replacement project. Four inch water mains will be replaced with eight inch water mains in various locations throughout the city limits.

The project consists of the following items:

water main replacement

water services

pavement repairs

cold milling

curb and gutter repairs

sidewalk repairs

turf establishment


The project area includes the following streets:

Crescent Place

Walnut Street

Deland Road

Warren Avenue

Frances Avenue

Luce Avenue

Leland Street

Thomas Street


A contract has been awarded to LA Construction, Flushing, MI to complete such work.

This infrastructure improvement project is financed through USDA Rural Development.

     
  Additional Information and Updates
 
   LUCE STREET AND FRANCES STREET RESIDENTS - Paving Letter for October 12, 2018
 
   DELAND ROAD RESIDENTS - Paving Letter for the Week of August 20th
 
  WARREN AVENUE RESIDENTS - Paving Letter for the Week of August 20th
 
   UPDATE LETTER to residents in the construction area
 
   Deland Road Residents: USPS letter regarding mail service
 
  Updated PAVING LETTER for Residents on Crescent Place, Thomas or Leland Street (July 18, 2018)
 
  PAVING LETTER for Residents on Crescent Place, Thomas or Leland Street (July 16, 2018)
 
   PAVING LETTER for Residents on Crescent Place, Walnut, Thomas or Leland Street
 
  PRESS RELEASE: Main Street Closure on Thursday, June 14, 2018
 
   PRESS RELEASE: Main Street Closure on Monday, June 11, 2018
 
  Community Invite to Open House on April 18, 2018
 
  Project Update Letter mailed April 27, 2018
 
   Grade Permit Letter sent to affected property owners
 

Local Street Paving

The City of Flushing has awarded a 2018 local paving contract to Lois Kay Contracting, Saginaw, MI.

The following streets will be paved:

Joyce Street
Hillwood Court
Beaumont Court
Golfside Court
Main Street (Warren to Frances)
Cedarwood Drive (off of Elms Road)
Emily Street (installation of new railroad signals)

Curb removal on Main Street will occur June 29, 2018.

Curb replacement on Main Street is scheduled for July 2/3, 2018, weather permitting.

Main Street joint repairs are scheduled for July 6, 2018, weather permitting. 

Construction timeline as submitted by contractor, weather permitting

The project has been  pushed back to begin sometime around June 20, 2018, weather permitting.

The City of Flushing received funding through MDEQ Scrap Tire Development Program to pave these streets with asphalt made from recycled tires. Click on this message to download information on the MDEQ program.

The railroad crossing improvements will be paid for by Michigan Department of Transportation - Office of Rail and Huron and Eastern Railroad.

Trail Extension

On April 23, 2018, the Flushing City Council awarded a contract to LJ Construction, Columbiaville, MI to complete a trail extension at the southwest corner of the city. The trail will link Winters Eave with Aberdeen Court/Lynn Street. This project will be the first development of Somerset Park, which was received by the City of Flushing back in the 1970s. 

The project will consist of constructing a 2,613 foot trail from Aberdeen Court/Lynn Street to Winters Eave. The trail will be composed of hot mix asphalt (HMA), concrete and boardwalk sections.

This project is funded by MDNR Trust Fund, Saginaw Watershed Initiative Network, Flushing Community Fund, the Riverview Trail committee and the City of Flushing.

     

Additional Information

GRAND OPENING INVITATION, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2018

Invitation for Community Meeting on Project - May 17, 2018

 PowerPoint presentation from Community Meeting held on May 17, 2018