Public Works is in the process of designing plans for Johnson Road between roughly Hallelujah Trail and Rhonda Road that would combine a handful of needed improvements into a single project. When completed, this project is planned to include road reconstruction, drainage upgrades, pedestrian amenities, a roundabout at the Johnson/Keller-Smithfield intersection and replaced water lines.
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Design plans have reached 60% completion. Copies of plan sheets relevant to individual properties were mailed to property owners so that they could review exactly what is proposed to be removed and/or constructed. Recipients have been asked to reach out to city staff with any questions or concerns so that comments can be shared with the design team in advance of proceeding to 90% completion. The city hopes to have all discussions with individual property owners in time to forward comments to the consultant team by July 10.
Once plans have advanced to 90%, city staff expects to host a final design-focused public meeting for the project’s adjacent property owners to ensure everyone is on the same page before we advance toward construction.
Feb. 4, 2020
City Council received an update on the Johnson Road reconstruction project, including anticipated tree impacts, and provided direction on project elements so that designs could be advanced to the 60% mark.
Dec. 3, 2019
City Council received a presentation from Johnson Road residents related to the project.
Nov. 5, 2019
City Council received an update on the Johnson Road project.
Following the first public input meeting, public comments and votes regarding various aspects of the project up for consideration were accepted online from Aug. 23 to Oct. 4, 2019.
Aug. 22, 2019
Public Works hosted a public input meeting on possibilities for the Johnson Road project.
- Watch the Presentation (begins with City Council briefing and discussion. Public meeting presentation and Q&A begins at 49:34)
- Download Presentation PDF
- Download Meeting Sign-In Sheets, Submitted Comment Cards, and Q&A Notes