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RECENTLY COMPLETED PROJECTS

Main Street Sanitary Sewer
- This project constructed a new sanitary sewer under Main Street between 4th Street and 5th Street to bypass a failing section of sewer pipe under the railroad.  The project was completed summer, 2012 and was funded by the Hobart Storm Water/Sanitary District.

Main Street Repairs at Front Street - This project added a storm sewer manhole and reconstructed a section of storm sewer, a catch basin, and a sanitary sewer manhole after a water main break at this intersection.  The project was completed summer, 2012 and was funded by the Hobart Storm Water/Sanitary District and Indiana American Water Company will repay a portion of the work to the District.


PROJECTS UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Joliet Storm Sewers - This project is replacing and extending storm sewers to a flood prone area on Joliet Street.  The new storm sewers are along Rand Street, Ohio Street, 40th Place, and Joliet Street.  The project is funded by the Hobart Storm Water/Sanitary District.

Mundell Storm Sewers - This project is replacing and extending storm sewers along Delaware Street, Virginia Street, and California Street to relieve flooding in this area.  The project is funded by the Hobart Storm Water/Sanitary District.

ADA Ramp Replacement - This project is replacing ramps at select locations throughout the city.  The project is funded by the City of Hobart and a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG).

Ash Street Phase II - This project is extending sanitary sewer service to residents along Ash Street and Connecticut Street as well as providing storm sewers and road reconstruction.  The project is funded by the Hobart Storm Water/Sanitary District.

Oak Savannah Trail - This project is constructing the missing segment of the trail from 5th Street to the intersection of Cleveland Avenue and State Road #130.  This project is funded by the Hobart Park Department and federal assistance.

Lakefront District Gateways - This project will enhance four entrances into downtown with landscaping and decorative brick pylons illuminated with the new Lakefront District logo.  The first phase of this project will be built at Festival Park and along Old Ridge Road and will feature an electronic message board and landscaped median.  This project is funded by the Hobart Redevelopment Commission.


FUTURE PROJECTS

61st Avenue Phase III - This project will reconstruct and widen 61st Avenue from near Arizona Street to S. Lake Park Avenue/State Road #51.  This phase will feature a roundabout at Wisconsin Street and a landscaped median.  A regional detention pond will also be constructed and water lines will be extended.  The bridge will be reconstructed by Lake County.  This project has received federal assistance and funding from the Hobart Redevelopment Commission.

County Line Road - This project will reconstruct County Line Road from State Road #6 to Cleveland Avenue.  This project has received federal assistance.

Colorado Street at US #30 - This project will reconstruct the intersection of Colorado Street and US #30 to improve sight distance and traffic safety.  This project has received federal assistance.

Street Sign Replacement - This project will replace most local street signs in the city including both regulatory and informational signs.  This project has received federal assistance.  A future project is planned to replace the remaining signs.

Lakefront District Wayfinding Signage - This project will install nineteen decorative wayfinding posts each with up to six blades to direct visitors and residents to various locations and public parking within downtown.  This project will be funded by the Hobart Redevelopment Commission.

Downtown Streetscape Phase II - This project will continue streetscape walkway enhancements along portions of 3rd and Center Streets.  This project has received federal assistance and funding from the Hobart Redevelopment Commission.


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Hobart, IN 46342
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