– The project to rehabilitate Wellesley Ave. from Maple to Division streets begins Monday, June 14. The project will install a new signal at Monroe St. and Wellesley Ave. and install ADA curb ramps at the intersections. Wellesley Ave. will be closed to through traffic during construction.

The $1.9 million project is funded by the 10-Year Street Bond.

– The project to rehabilitate Thurston Ave. from Arthur to Crestline streets also begins Monday, June 14. The project will rehabilitate Thurston Ave. from Arthur to Crestline streets and surrounding residential streets including: Crestline St. from Thurston to 39th avenues; Helena, Hogan and Madelia streets from 42nd to Thurston avenue; Napa St. from 44th to 37th avenues; Perry Street from 45th to Thurston avenues; and Pittsburg St. from 44th to 37th avenues.

Additionally, sewer upgrades and ADA curb ramps will be installed, where necessary. The $1.5 million project is being funded by the 10-Year Street Bond and Wastewater Department.

– In preparation of school being out for summer, speed limits are being dropped near City parks. Crosswalks have been repainted near the following parks and have installed the lower 20 mile per hour speed limit signs for the summer:

• A.M. Cannon Park
• Chief Gary Park
• Lincoln Park
• Mission Park
• Shadle Park

Signs will be installed next week at:

• Hays Park
• Comstock Park
• Audubon Park

– There will be lane closures and parking restrictions while crews repair Nevada St. from Beacon Ave. to Rosewood Rd. and Buckeye Ave. from Post to Division streets.

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