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The City of Derby will celebrate completion of the Kay and Water Street reconstruction project with a ribbon cutting on Monday, June 15 at 4 p.m. at the intersection of Water and Washington. The public is welcome to attend.
The project was recommended in the 2015 West End Development Plan. Other investments in the West End (area west of K-15 Highway from Songbird Street to the south city limits) during the past five years include Warren Riverview Park, the gateway “Derby” sign at Market Street and the river bridge, the new sidewalk along Market Street, and signs marking the entrances of the West End Business Park.
“The neighboring businesses and residents have waited a long time for this, and we thank them for their patience,” said Randy White, Mayor. “The project was completed almost a month ahead of schedule and under budget by half a million dollars.”
WSP provided the design and engineering services for this project and Pearson Construction completed the street work.
“Reconstruction of these streets is another substantial investment in the West End,” said Dan Squires, Director of Planning and Engineering. “It literally paves the way for business expansion. City staff are ready to work with land owners and potential buyers to redevelop the area.”