2018 marks Year 4 of a estimated 12-15 year project to replace or install new curbing (as needed) and resurface each city street with asphalt.
This maps indicates the streets which either have or are scheduled to be resurfaced. The city operates on a 3-year resurfacing schedule, which is subject to change.
Streets are selected based on:
Areas highlighted in grey indicate completed street resurfacing work ranging from 2014-17.
Areas highlighted in yellow indicate resurfacing work scheduled for 2018. They include Southridge Dr, Southridge Ct, Berry Wood Drive, Yosemite Dr, Cheyenne Ct, and Springfield Rd. Also scheduled is the reconstrution of Venneman Alleyway.
Areas highlighted in orange indicate resurfacing work scheduled for 2019. They incldue Wingfield Rd, Flower Hill Dr, Flower Hill Ct, Berry Oaks Lane, Bismark Ave, and Belvedere Lane. Also scheduled is the reconstruction of Idlewild Lane and concrete slab replacements along Flynn Forest Lane.
Areas highlighted in purple indicate resurfacing work scheduled for 2020. They include Elmwood Dr, Chain Ridge Rd, Glenvista Place, Clif Side Dr, Clif Side Ct, Cambridge Ct, and Grammercy Place.
Areas highlighted in brown indicate resurfacing work scheduled for 2021. They include Chelsea Ave, Venneman Ave, Glenway Rd, West Oak Dr, and Brownell Ave.
In June of 2018 the city applied for 2 federal funding grants. The first is for a new asphalt surface and decorative concrete crosswalk replacements along N. Sappington Rd from Manchester Rd to Lockwood Ave. Glendale has partnered with the City of Kirkwood for the second grant which calls for the reconstruction of E. Essex Ave from N. Sappington Rd to Woodlawn Ave, including new sidewalks on the north side of the street, curbing on both sides, and a new asphalt surface. East-West Gateway Council of Goverments will notifiy the city in the fall of 2018 if the applications are approved, if so work is schedueld to take place between 2020-2023.
Please feel free to contact Glendale City Hall with any questions at 314-965-3600.