The City of Geneva Public Works Department has developed a long range, multi-year street program. The program outlines proposed streets to be improved through our annual street improvement project. The purpose of the multi-year street list is to provide information to the public regarding long range timing of street improvements. In addition, the multi-year list is used as a planning tool by Public Works staff to coordinate various maintenance operations throughout the City.
The multi-year program lists streets being considered at this time for future improvements. Having a street listed in the program does not guarantee it will be improved in the year shown. The list is only meant as a planning tool. Final decisions on streets for a given year are made annually during the City’s budget process. Changes to the multi-year list can be made at any time for various reasons such as funding levels and pavement condition. Each year, Public Works staff evaluates the condition of the street network and makes recommendations for street improvements. Streets not listed on the multi-year list can be added to or replace another street if its condition warrants sooner action and funding levels are adequate.
Click on the link below to view a map of streets for the multi-year street program (2012-2017). Streets considered for 2012 are shown on the link for that specific project under the “Construction Projects” link.
This project is managed by C. Elton Orozco, Civil Engineer. Questions regarding the project can be directed to him at (630) 232-1501 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
Multi-Year Street Map