The intent of the City of Moscow Sidewalk Property Owner Assistance Program is to replace damaged or deficient sidewalks and pedestrian curb ramps, and generally improve pedestrian access throughout the community.
In an effort to encourage property owners to replace deficient sidewalks adjacent to their property, one provision of the program allows property owners to request City assistance with estimating, contracting, and inspecting the work of replacing their sidewalks. Toward this goal, the City is soliciting quotes for unit prices for damaged sidewalk removal and replacement, as well as for replacement of adjacent damaged curb, non-compliant pedestrian curb ramps, and any necessary segmental block retaining walls. Sidewalk construction costs based on the unit prices submitted by the successful responder to this request will be paid to the City by the adjacent property owners prior to commencement of the work at each site. Contractor payments for all work will be made by the City monthly, based on quantities of work completed and accepted.
Week of July 28th to August 1st
- This week Knox Concrete is scheduled to begin reconstructing the concrete sidewalk on the east side of the Moscow Police Department. This portion of the sidewalk on the west side of Washington between Fourth and Third Streets will be closed to pedestrians during construction. A pedestrian detour route will be provided around the site.
- The Sidewalk Replacement Program is still taking requests for sidewalk replacement. Please feel free to contact us if you are interested in joining this program.