Six Year Capital Improvement Plan
Annually, the City of Grosse Pointe reviews and updates its six year capital improvement plan in May. It is then presented to City Council for review. During the City's annual budgetary process, the capital improvement plan for the upcoming budgetary year is incorporated and adopted with the City's annual budget.
The 2019 - 2025 Capital Improvement Plan was presented to City Council on May 13, 2019:
2019 - 2025 Capital Improvement Presentation
2019 - 2025 Capital Improvement Plan
Comprehensive Road Improvement Program
In August of 2014, residents approved a new road millage of up to 2.5 mills annually. The program is now entering into its sixth year and is showing results.
City of Grosse Pointe's Road Improvement Program - 5 Years of Progress Charted
The upcoming projects proposed to be completed in the 2020 calendar year are:
Rivard – Kercheval to St. Paul
Goethe – Washington to University (including an adjacent stretch of University at the intersection with Goethe)
Grosse Pointe Court - Charlevoix to Mack
Construction is planned for mid-summer 2020 after the road projects are bid out.
Proposed: 2020-2025 Road Improvement Presentation
2020 Joint and Crack Sealing Program
The City’s 2020 joint and crack sealing program will begin in May. The purpose of sealing joints and cracks is to prevent moisture penetration into the pavement that could cause further deterioration of the roadway and to extend the life of the pavement. The following diagram illustrates the sections of City streets that joint and crack sealing will take place:
Residents on an affected street will receive a notice at their door the day before work is to be completed. All cars will be asked to be removed between the hours of 7:00 am and 5:00 pm to allow the Contractor to seal all joints and cracks and prevent any damage to vehicles. If inclement weather takes place preventing joint and crack sealing, residents will receive another notice with the rescheduled work date.
Joint and Crack Sealing Updates:
Mack Avenue Corridor Improvement Plan: