2021 Completed Construction Projects
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- "D" and Main Street Intersection Improvement - Street
This project added a left turn lane on “D” Street on the West leg of the intersection of “D” and Main Street. It also included traffic signal modifications to add a dedicated left-turn signal. This will decrease the standard wait times at the intersection as well as increase safety in the corridor.
Ghormley Pickleball Courts
This project consisted of the construction of four new lighted pickleball courts and associated amenities at Ghormley park. These courts are the City of Moscow’s first permanent pickleball courts which adds an additional outdoor activity option for residents in the area.
- Indian Hills Water Main Replacement
This project consisted of replacing and upgrading approximately 2,300 feet of 6” water main located within the Indian Hills high-pressure zone with a new 8” water main. Increasing the size of the water main provides better fire flow protection and greater water capacity. These water line improvements, as well as the new booster station construction that will follow, will help improve fire flow, water quality and add redundancy and reliability to the water distribution system in the area.
South Lift Station Force Main
This project included the upgrades to the South Lift Station sanitary sewer force main with 2500 linear feet of new larger diameter sewer main to increase capacity and allow for future development on the south side of Moscow. Work included tie in’s to existing pipes, sidewalk and pavement restoration, and a meter vault. These upgrades will allow for redundancy for the lift station operations and provide additional capacity for future developments.
- Slurry Seal 2021
This project included the pavement preservation surface treatments of applying Asphalt Slurry Seal Coat (Type II) to various City streets. A slurry seal is a thin layer of fine rock that is mixed with asphalt and applied to the surface of the road. It is a very inexpensive treatment option and it can have dramatic effects on the longevity of a road. The project began on June 14 and was completed by June 18. For project specific questions contact the City of Moscow Streets Department at 208-883-7097.
SE Reservoir Booster Station MCC Upgrade
This project included modifications and upgrades to the existing Southeast Booster Station. The improvements to the booster station help provide better energy and water treatment efficiency while providing our City Water Operators the tools necessary to analyze and deliver quality water in our distribution system.