North Greenbrier Street from 26th Street North to 27th Street North (Yorktown neighborhood)
About the Project
The street improvement project is proposed to include:
- a new, continuous 6’ wide concrete sidewalk, curb and gutter on the west side of N. Greenbrier St from 27th St N to 26th St N,
- curb and gutter only on the east side of N. Greenbrier St from 27th St N to 26th St N, connecting to existing curb and gutter on 27th St N
- a new handicap ramp will be placed in front of 5274 26th St N to connect to new handicap ramp at the south west corner of N. Greenbrier St and 26th St N.
- curb extension at NW corner of 26th St N and curb extension and marked crosswalk at NW corner of 27th St N
- on-street parking will remain on the west side of N. Greenbrier St, but will be eliminated on the east side of N. Greenbrier St between 26th St N to 27th St N
- new driveway aprons will be provided to affected properties
- new ADA compliant pedestrian curb ramps will be installed at the intersection of 26th St N and on the west side corners of 26th Rd N and 27th St N
A drainage analysis will be performed during the final design and storm sewer structures and mains may be added accordingly. Full depth roadway replacement may occur as needed throughout the project limits, as determined through the detailed design. Milling and paving of the roadway will be completed where needed in all other areas within the project limits. Trees are planned to be installed on the east side of the street in the public ROW.
Proposed street lighting improvements not shown on the concept design; to be considered by residents during final engineering.