Tuesday, May 07, 2013
Garden City– A top priority roadway project for Garden City will break ground on Thursday (May 9). The project will rebuild 36th Street between Chinden Boulevard and the Waterfront District, and will add curb, gutter and sidewalks to both sides of the street. Garden City will install decorative street lighting and landscaping.
ACHD and Garden City Officials to Break Ground on 36th Street Project
36th Street is in the heart of Garden City’s Live-Work-Create District, an area planned for mixed use where local business owners have the opportunity to work and live in the same location.
On Thursday, May 9 at 10 a.m., Ada County Highway District (ACHD) and Garden City officials will gather to break ground on the roadway improvement project.
Groundbreaking Event Details
What: 36th Street Project Groundbreaking
When: Thursday, May 9 at 10 a.m.
Where: At the north end of East 36th Street, Garden City (just before the Waterfront District)
Construction on the $550,000 project will get underway on Monday, May 13 with completion planned for August. The project is being constructed by Tuffy Excavation of Boise.
The 36th Street Project comes from a larger-scale transportation plan developed by Garden City and ACHD with input from the public. The Garden City Master Street Plan will help guide future developments, roadway, streetscape and utility improvements in Garden City.
For more on the 36th Street project and the Garden City Master Street Plan, visit www.achdidaho.org/projects.