Road Improvements

Road Construction Projects

The Town is in year 3 of the $5 million road/bridge improvement plan that began in 2022. This significant investment will raise the overall level of road conditions throughout the Town. The tax impact of the work is estimated at $0.31/$1,000 of assessed value, which was seen on tax bills beginning in December of 2022. Efforts continue to obtain additional grant funding for projects to further leverage the tax levy funding.

County and State projects are also shown, but are not managed by the Town.

 

Project Contact 2024 Town Managed Road Projects
Adam Monticelli
Director of Public Works
Phone: (262) 377-4509
Email: Adam

Project Summary: The Town of Cedarburg 2024 Capital budget includes ~$1.68 million, or a baseline of 4.99 miles of road work (plus additional roads as budget allows). The roadways planned to be completed are based upon various considerations including but not limited to PASER rating, traffic count, number of homes on the roads, and other items. The projects include all or sections of the following:

  • Stonefield, Cullen, Foxway, Glacier, Dawnview
  • Cedar Valley, Bittersweet
  • Sycamore
  • Cedar Sauk west of CTY Y & Kings Court
  • Maple Road between Cedar Creek Road and Pleasant Valley Road
  • Foxcroft, Huntington
  • Covered Bridge Road from Kaehlers Mill south 1000'
  • Pleasant Valley Road (Maple Road west to Pleasant Valley Park and Trails)
  • Additional roads TBD in 2024 as budget allows
  • Large culvert on Cedar Creek Road
  • Design for the Cedar Creek Bridge project east of CTH I (2025/2026 construction)
  • Additionally, 2024 will see increased levels of funding for crack filling (contracted at $45,000).

Current Project Status: Work underway, paving to begin weekend of June 14th, occur throughout Town as weather allows.

 

 

Project Contact Grant Project: 2025 Cedar Creek Road Automobile Bridge
Adam Monticelli
Director of Public Works
Phone: (262) 377-4509
Email: Adam

Project Summary: The Town of Cedarburg was awarded approximately $1.3 million through the State of Wisconsin Local Bridge Program to cover 80% of the cost of totally reconstructing the automobile bridge on Cedar Creek Road just east of County Road I. In total, the estimate cost of the project is ~$1.6 million, with the Town's cost at $329,000.

The project is expected to occur during the summer of 2025 and take approximately three months to complete. The bridge will not be operational during construction and detour routes will be posted.

Current Project Status: Engineering 2024, Construction 2025

 

 

Project Contact
Jon Edgren
Oz. Co. Highway Dept.
Phone: (262) 284-8331
Email Jon

2024 County Projects 

Project Summary: Ozaukee County/WisDOT will be completing a chip sealing on Granville Road from STH 60 to CTH NN (Washington Avenue). The work is scheduled to take place sometime between June 24 and June 27. The road is not likely to close completely, but delays are to be expected.

Current Project Status: Tentative June 24-27.

 

  I-43 North-South Reconstruction

State of Wisconsin Managed Project

Scheduled for 2021-2025.

WisDOT Project website: Click here to view the webpage.

Project Contact

Steve Hoff

(262) 548-6718

steve.hoff@dot.wi.gov

 

 

Project Summary: The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) will be expanding I-43 (North-South Freeway) from Silver Spring Dr. to WIS 60 from 2021 through 2025. The expansion will consist of expanding I-43 from four to six lanes, the reconstruction of five existing interchanges along the corridor, and the replacement of the Union Pacific railroad bridge over 1-43 in Glendale. Also a section of Port Washington Road in Glendale will be expanded from two lanes to four lanes.

Site improvements will include replacing deteriorating pavement and bridges, reducing congestion, improving safety and efficiency, improving or replacing existing interchanges, and minimizing impacts to natural and built environments.

Project Construction Packages:

  • I-43 and Highland Road Diamond Interchange (2022-2023)
  • I-43 and Port Washington Road Interchange (2022 to mid-2023)
  • I-43 and WIS 100 Diverging Diamond Interchange (2023-2024)
  • I-43 and Mequon Road Diamond Interchange (late 2023-2024)