Public Works Projects
Each year, the Board of Aldermen holds a budget discussion to prioritize city projects and services. After discussion and direction from the Board, the following projects were approved in the 2021 Budget. The below list will be updated periodically during the construction season. IMPORTANT TO NOTE - we are never able to give a project timeline (estimated start or completion dates), as this is always subject to change based on weather conditions, equipment, manpower, etc.
2021 Project Updates (as of 7.21.21)
Holly Leaf Court (Slab Replacement) COMPLETED
Hickory Tree Lane (Slab Replacement) IN PROGRESS
Hickory Tree Court (Slab Replacement) IN PROGRESS
Caravel Court (Slab Replacement) COMPLETED
Sheffield Court (Slab Replacement) COMPLETED
Oakwood Farms Lane (Slab Replacement) COMPLETED
Log Hill Lane (Slab Replacement) IN PROGRESS
Maymont Drive (Slab Replacement) COMPLETED
Annondale Drive (Slab Replacement) COMPLETED
Hillbrook Drive (Slab Replacement) COMPLETED
Lakewood Lane (Slab Replacement) COMPLETED
Castle Ridge Drive (Slab Replacement) COMPLETED
Westglen Village Drive (Slab Replacement) COMPLETED
Alverston Court (Slab Replacement) COMPLETED
The City of Ballwin will also complete a number of projects in-house over the course of the year, thanks to the purchase of a volumetric mixer. You can learn more about the volumetric mixer in the video below.
ADA Sidewalk Transition Plan
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) law requires public entities to develop a formal transition plan identifying the steps necessary to meet ADA accessibility requirements for all pedestrian access routes by upgrading all noncompiliant features. The Street Transition Plan (PDF below) is attached that was adopted by the Board of Aldermen on February 27, 2017.
The Plan includes when, how, and where curb ramps and sidewalks will be updated to current ADA standards. All curb ramps will be upgraded when a street is overlaid, resurfaced, microsurfaced, or reconstructed. All new sidewalks will be constructed in accordance with the ADA regulations. Uneven sidewalks are to be eliminated in a timely manner.
Ballwin Public Works Department