Infrastructure Project

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May 29, 2024 at 4:37 p.m.

Work is expected to begin on the 2024 Infrastructure Projects in late July 2024. Streets affected include East Exchange, Prospect, and Summit Streets. To provide information to the public and prepare them for these projects, the Village will be holding a community engagement meeting at Spring Lake District Library on June 5, 2024, at 5:30 p.m.

The public is invited to attend to ask questions about the project and a Q&A form will be made available on the website to submit questions ahead of time. Due to construction, traffic will need to be detoured away from these streets.

2024/2025 Projects (tentative schedule, subject to change):

• East Exchange (Elm to Lake): Sept. 3 – Oct. 26
• Prospect (South to M104): Aug. 5 – Oct. 15
• Summit (Meridian to Elm): Sept. 9 – Nov. 5

• North Park (Savidge to Barber)
• South Park (Savidge to Exchange)
• South (Meridian to Prospect) • Rex, Monarch, and Dixie


Aging infrastructure in the Village poses a threat to public health and safety and is in immediate need for replacement. Through an asset management plan and input from the Village staff, a Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) was developed. The CIP rated the condition and capacity of the utilities over the entire Village service area. Based on these scores, there were six project sites identified as the most critical for Phase One of this project.

Challenges to Prepare for:

  • Garbage Collection
  • Location to place garbage cart
  • Mail Delivery (Includes USPS, UPS, FedEx, Amazon, etc.)
  • Temporary Location for Mailboxes
  • Vibration from project
  • Street Access
  • Driveway Access
  • Emergency Services (Medical, Fire, Law Enforcement)
  • Rental Access/Short term rental impact
  • Noise
  • Dust & Dirt
  • Possibility of interruptions for cable, gas, electric, phone, water
  • Driveway replacement and size limitation
  • Interior Structure Access to install service line and meter
  • Tree removals to accommodate street and infrastructure improvements
  • Landscaping disruption
  • Irrigation in the ROW and Irrigation on private property
  • Special Needs
  • Parking changes

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