- type: Community Enhancement
ProjectsLittle River Main Street Streetscape
EBH collaborated with Little River on the Main Street Streetscape project through future city planning. During the planning phase, it was determined the historical downtown look would be important to the heritage of the town. Streets and sidewalks throughout the town were evaluated and prioritized on whether replacement and/or repair would be appropriate for each street. After completing the plan, EBH and the City of Little River applied for grants and funding which was instrumental in funding this project.
Coordination was an important component to competing this project, because there were several funding agencies that were involved. The timing of when the project would bid and how the grants were awarded had to be carefully planned. The funding was split between the City of Little River and KDOT. EBH worked with the funding agencies and the City of Little River to meet these requirements, therefore getting all the appropriate funding.
The team maintained the historical downtown look while meeting the modern code requirements and business owner requests.jump to project information
ProjectsProject InformationServices Provided
- Project Funding and Grant Application
- Storm Drainage
The Little River Main St. Streetscape project includes replacing curbs, gutters, and sidewalk along the 2 blocks of their downtown business district. The overhead electric will all be moved underground along with replacing all new street lighting. Main street will now be ADA accessible. The contractors will remove the brick cross walks and replace them with concrete cross walks. Albert Park, where you enter onto main street, will have a new welcome sign along with other landscaping upgrades and additions.
This project was funded through the KDOT Transportation Alternatives Program.Grant Programs Used
Darin Neufeld, PE Project Executive/Project Manager
Paul Stoner Design Engineer
Andrew Brunner, EI Inspector/Design Engineer
Frank Feemster, PS Surveyor