2019 Construction Updates


The contractor has completed work on the restoration of hard surfaces along North Old Rand Road. Remaining landscaping will be completed within the next two weeks as well as minor items needing to be addressed as part of the final project punch-list. The detour route has been decommissioned and all remaining traffic control for this work will be completed utilizing flaggers or off- road operations.

Contact Public Works at (847) 540-1696 for specific information or needs regarding this project.


Bristol Trail Lift Station (PROJECT COMPLETE)

The Village has completed the installation of a new sanitary sewer lift station located on Bristol Trail Road as of June 14, 2019.


Work has been completed on in early June on lining the 30 inch sewer under Harvest Drive and a portion of Old Mill Grove Road.


The Village is contracting with Vian Construction of Elk Grove Village to install 900 feet of 8-inch water main pipe on Kim Trail and 400 feet of 6-inch water main pipe on Cherokee Road.  The project scope includes fire hydrants, valves, and connections to the existing water main and water services.  The design also includes the installation of a water main loop on Cherokee Road to improve water main quality.  

Portions of the work will be completed under the pavement and sidewalk, requiring asphalt and concrete patching / landscape restoration upon complete.  

Work is not scheduled to begin until later this summer. 


2019 Summer Road Resurfacing  (LAST UPDATE 6-27-2019)

The Village is using over $1.5 million of Non-Home Rule Sales Tax to fund the annual road resurfacing program for 2019.  Locations identified for this year's program includes Old Mill Grove, Countryside, North Old Rand Road, Kuechmann Park, and Ash Alley, which covers 3.3 miles of local streets.  Locations are chosen based on engineering studies of pavement conditions and rates of deterioration.  

Work is anticipated to begin the week of July 8, 2019 for Old Mill Grove and Countryside, with North Old Rand Road work later in the season (likely September). 

Anticipate trucking and equipment staging on North Old Rand Road when crews are resurfacing Kuechmann Park and Ash Alley. 

Residents may start noticing markings on curbs, sidewalks, and driveways in preparation for resurfacing.  Affected residents will received a notification flyer in the mail detailing major construction stages and anticipated impacts.

Work includes pavement resurfacing, concrete repair, and utility structure repairs.  Once complete, the new surfaces should last 15-20 years without the need for additional resurfacing.

Selected Contractor via Competitive Bidding Process:  Buildings Paving LLC of Hillside, IL2019 Location Map 040519