Road Improvements

Road Construction Projects

Below is a list of 2021 & 2022 road projects to be completed within the Town of Cedarburg.

They are broken up by the jurisdiction that managed the particular project.

Project Contact 2021 Town of Cedarburg Managed Projects 
Jeff Boerner
Director of Public Works
Phone: (262) 377-4509
Email: Jeff
Project Summary: The Town budgeted for three road construction projects in 2021, as well as a separate 1.25 mile maintenance project that will rehabilitate an entire subdivision through a pavement sealing treatment. The budget also includes funding for crack filling, shouldering, culvert replacement, and road patching.

  • Ann Marie Drive: the entire 0.37 mile stretch of Ann Marie Drive will see a pulverize/repaving.
    • Click here to view a map of the Ann Marie Drive project area.
  • Avalon Lane: the entire 0.14 stretch of Avalon Lane will see a pulverize/repaving.
    • Click here to view a map of the Avalon Lane project area.
  • Cedar Creek Parkway: approximately one-quarter mile of Cedar Creek Parkway will see a mill and overlay.
    • Click here to view a map of the Cedar Creek Parkway project area.
  • Maintenance Sealing Project: the following roads will see maintenance that will treat cracks, fill ruts, and re-seal the surface with a granite chip seal:
    • Timbercrest Drive & Court: 0.55 miles
    • River Vista Drive: 0.40 miles
    • Lindale Drive: 0.24 miles
    • Romanita Court: 0.06 miles

Current Project Status: Work for Avalon, Ann Marie, and Cedar Creek Parkway are set to begin the week of August 9, 2021.

 

Project Contact 2021 Ozaukee County Managed Projects 
Jon Edgren
Oz. Co. Highway Dept.
Phone: (262) 284-8331
Email Jon
Project Summary: No major County road improvements within the Town planned for 2021.

  • None.

Current Project Status: None for 2021.

Jon Edgren
Oz. Co. Highway Dept.
Phone: (262) 284-8331
Email Jon

2022 Decker's Corners Intersection Project 

Project Summary: Ozaukee County/WisDOT will be completing a project at Decker's Corners in 2022. Improvements will consist of spot safety improvements including a new traffic signal with intersection lighting, widening of the intersection to accommodate offset left-turn lanes, vacation of the Pleasant Valley Road segment between CTH NN and CTH Y, pavement marking and roadway signing upgrades.

  • Cost: $800,000 (90% State Funding/10% Ozaukee County Funding
  • Reason for the project: Twenty-four crashes have been observed in the past five years, including a fatality in 2019.
  • Public Information Meeting will be held virtually in Jan/Feb 2021
  • Presentation of the Project

Current Project Status: Engineering 2021, construction 2022.

 

 Project Contact 2021 State of Wisconsin Managed Project: STH 181 scheduled for 2022.

WisDOT Project website: Click here to view the webpage.

Brian S. Pluemer

(262) 548-6721

Brian.Pluemer@dot.wi.gov​

 

Project Summary: The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) will be resurfacing STH 181 (Wauwatosa Road) from Pioneer Road to just shy of the Five Corners intersection in 2022. Site improvements will include a mill and overlay of four inches of pavement, increasing the right-of-way in certain locations, and will also rehabilitate drainage structures and replace guardrail within the project limits.

Current Project Status: Summer 2022

 

 Project Contact I-43 North-South Reconstruction

State of Wisconsin Managed Project

Scheduled for 2021-2025.

WisDOT Project website: Click here to view the webpage.

Steve Hoff

(262) 548-6718

steve.hoff@dot.wi.gov​

 

Project Summary: The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) will be expanding I-43 (North-South Freeway) from Silver Spring Dr. to WIS 60 from 2021 through 2025. The expansion will consist of expanding I-43 from four to six lanes, the reconstruction of five existing interchanges along the corridor, and the replacement of the Union Pacific railroad bridge over 1-43 in Glendale. Also a section of Port Washington Road in Glendale will be expanded from two lanes to four lanes.

Site improvements will include replacing deteriorating pavement and bridges, reducing congestion, improving safety and efficiency, improving or replacing existing interchanges, and minimizing impacts to natural and built environments.

Project Construction Packages:

  • I-43 and Highland Road Diamond Interchange (2022-2023)
  • I-43 and Port Washington Road Interchange (2022 to mid-2023)
  • I-43 and WIS 100 Diverging Diamond Interchange (2023-2024)
  • I-43 and Mequon Road Diamond Interchange (late 2023-2024)

Presentation of the Project

Current Project Status: Work Zone Prep July 2021, Construction Beginning Late 2021.