Maryville, MO – The City of Maryville construction project to reconstruct the deteriorated Munn Avenue roadway, from South Avenue to Missouri State Highway V, continues with an anticipated completion date of October 2013. The project includes construction of approximately 3,800 linear feet of new concrete roadway, an enclosed storm sewer system, relocation of portions of the existing waterline, and an alternate proposal for a separated bike and pedestrian trail. Updates and traffic routing information can be found at http://www.maryville.org/MunnAve
Maryville, MO – In mid-October 2012, work began on a new roadway along South Depot Street, along with waterline replacement and storm drainage improvements. The project, designed by Olsson Associates, will encompass a new concrete roadway along Depot from First Street to Halsey Street, new storm-water pipe, and relocation of the existing waterline. The original estimated completion date of May 2013 was delayed both by weather and by work to stabilize the subsurface before pouring concrete.South Depot Street has been reduced to a gravel roadway from years of heavy truck traffic and has become a major maintenance concern. The City Council has approved the use of Capital Improvement funding to reconstruct this section of the roadway as a concrete surface.
Maryville, MO – The City of Maryville and Northwest Missouri State University are moving forward on a joint partnership to begin engineering and design of the Fourth Street Improvement Project. The project seeks to improve the corridor along West Fourth Street from Main Street west to the University entrance near North Dunn Street.After formalizing the partnership, the City of Maryville proceeded to request qualifications from interested engineering firms. A total of five (5) proposals were received by the deadline and reviewed by a mixed panel of City and University staff. The panel selected SK Design Group, Inc. of Overland Park, KS as the most qualified to perform the requested services. The City Council reaffirmed and approved the engineering contract with SK Design Group, Inc.The project scope and conceptual drawings provided by SK Design Group, Inc. include the design of the following construction features; an eight (8) foot shared concrete bicycle/pedestrian path along the north side, a five (5) foot concrete sidewalk along the south side, replacing numerous deteriorated curb and gutter sections, new ADA compliant ramps and detectable warning strips at crosswalks, decorative historic black streetlight poles with acorn fixtures, sections of stamped colored concrete, new modular block retaining walls and handrails, proper utility adjustments, landscaping, extension of the State of Missouri Arboretum located on the university campus, asphalt mill and overlay of Fourth Street, a “T” intersection at Dunn Street to improve vehicular and pedestrian safety, place-making overhead signal and truss at the intersection of Fourth and Main, benches, trash receptacles, and public art. Engineering of the corridor improvements is anticipated to be complete by May of 2013.See attached document for details and images.
Maryville, MO – Preliminary design is now complete on two (2) trail projects partially funded through the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) Transportation Enhancement (TE) Program. Before submitting plans to MoDOT for approval, the City of Maryville will hold a series of public meetings for citizens and residents along these corridors to provide input on the design.Phase C, 7th & 9th Street Trail – This project intends to construct a new pedestrian trail/sidewalk along East 7th Street between North Main Street and North Davis Street and also along West 9th Street between North Walnut and North Main Street.Phase F, Beal Park Trail - This project intends to construct a new pedestrian trail/sidewalk along East 7th Street between North Davis Street and North Laura Street, along North Laura Street between East 7th Street and East 4th Street, and along East 4th Street between North Laura Street and North Davis Street.
Update: The 7th and 9th Street Trail and Beal Park Trail are in final design stage to receive approval from MoDOT. The city would like to see these projects begin late spring or early summer 2013. For more information contact Public Works Director C.E. Goodall, at 660-562-8012.To visualize the entire planned trail system, see the 2013 Trail System Map.
Maryville, MO – Preliminary design is nearly complete on the South Munn Street Pedestrian Trail Project, Phase I. The project plans to construct a six (6) foot concrete pedestrian trail along the west side of Munn Avenue from South Avenue north to Victory Lane. The trail improvements are planned in addition to the existing bicycle lanes and will connect to pedestrian improvements of the upcoming Munn Avenue Improvement Project, South Avenue to State Highway V. Funding for the project was awarded through the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) Transportation Enhancement (TE) Program in 2008. Before submitting plans to MoDOT for approval, the City of Maryville will hold a public meeting for citizens and residents along this corridor to provide input on the design.A public meeting for this project has been set for 6:00 p.m., Thursday, January 10th in the City Council Chambers at Maryville City Hall.Snyder & Associates and City Staff will be on hand to discuss the project and address any questions or concerns. All interested parties are encouraged to attend the meeting. For more information contact Public Works Director C.E. Goodall, at 660-562-8012.
Several new family cabins are being constructed at Mozingo Recreation Park, with completion expected in the Spring/Summer of 2014.
Sealed bids were received for construction of the following improvements at the Northwest Missouri Regional Airport:1 EA – 10,000 Gallon AVGAS Fuel System & Incidentals1 EA – 10,000 Gallon Jet – A Fuel System & Incidentals150 L.F. – 6’ High Chain-Link Fence with 3-Strand Barb Wire Extension121 S.Y. – 5” Crushed Rock Surfacing562 S.F. – 5” Reinforced Concrete Pavement
Update: The airport project has begun and estimated completion date is in early March 2013. The contractor for this project is Olsson Associates.
A number of dilapidated structures were demolished in 2013 for both safety and aesthetic reasons.