Road Improvement Programs
Monaville Road-Cedar Lake Rd Roundabout to close for Water Main Installation June 6th 2018
The CLCJAWA Lake Michigan Water Project requires the closing of the Monoville Rd/Cedar Lake Rd Roundabout from June 6 to June 26, 2018. The closure is necessary to install 20-inch water mains across both Monaville Rd and Cedar Lake Rd
2018 Watermain Replacement & Road Improvement Project
The work proposed consists of replacing the Watermain on Meadowbrook Drive from Oakwood Drive to Lagoon Terrace and rehabilitating the roadway by removing the existing asphalt pavement and constructing new asphalt roadway pavement.
The Contractor for this project and work is anticipated to start the week of June 11, 2018. The contractor plans to work Monday through Friday, weather permitting, and construction should be completed by the end of August 2018.
The Contractor should notify residents if construction will affect their driveway access to give residents the opportunity to move their vehicles before disturbance begins. The contractor is required to keep the street accessible to school buses, emergency vehicles and local residents. During the work day there could be delays. Any vehicles that are parked on the street should be moved during the Contractor's allowable working hours of 7:00am to 7:00pm.
2018 Road Improvement Project
The Village is pleased to inform you that construction will soon begin to resurface the roads in your area as part of the Village's 2018 Capital Improvement Project. The work consists of approximately 1.2 miles of roadway and include the following streets:
North Channel Drive from Oakwood Drive to Highland Terrace
North Channel Drive from Highland Terrace to Rollins Road
Lindsay Drive from Nicole Lane to West End Lindsay Drive
Nicole Lane from Honeysuckle Drive to Sprucewood Drive
Hook Drive East Improvements
Orchard Lane to Rollins Rd
Village of Round Lake Beach
Surface Transportation Program (STP)
Phase II Engineering Services (Design Engineering) associated with the Orchard Lane from Rollins Road to Monaville Road Project.
The Village followed a Qualification Based Selection (QBS) selection process. The evaluation process was outlined in the Request for Qualifications which was sent out to three qualified engineering firms to provide Engineering Services. The firms were reviewed by staff members of the Village of Round Lake Beach which included overall firm experience & IDOT pre- qualification, individual experience of personnel, capacity and response to the request for qualifications, references and submittal compliance.
Qualification Statement and Recommends Memorandum
Capital Improvement Program
Each year, the Village Engineers determine which roads will be improved based on a number of factors such as condition, age and volume of traffic. The Village uses pavement management software to determine the condition of our local streets. The software program estimates the rate of pavement degradation and recommends an optimal rehabilitation schedule.
Annual Maintenance Programs
Sidewalk Replacement Program
This is an annual maintenance program to replace damaged sections of sidewalk throughout the Village. The program focuses on replacing sidewalks with trip hazards. The Engineering Department conducts a survey every few years to evaluate the current condition of sidewalks throughout the Village.
Curb Replacement Program
This is an annual maintenance program to replace hazardous, broken and missing curb throughout the Village. The engineering Department conducts a survey every few years to evaluate the current condition of curbs throughout the Village.
This program is designed to perform preventive maintenance on recently resurfaced asphalt streets throughout the Village by sealing cracks that have developed. The goal of the program is to extend the life cycle of the pavement. Pavement crack sealing is one of the best and most cost effective preventive maintenance techniques to prolong the life cycle of asphalt pavement.
Pavement Marking Program
This is an annual maintenance program to place new pavement markings with a thermoplastic material on streets throughout the Village. The priorities for striping include school zones and school crosswalks, the business districts and high volume streets.