November 1,  2019

What's Happening Now...
Road, Sidewalk and Pathway Construction  
The City of Novi prides itself on maintaining open lines of communication and keeping community members apprised of the latest in road and  non-motorized construction projects. 

The following information is intended to provide an overview of current projects.

Please note: All completion dates are merely estimates. Projects could extend beyond those dates due to unforeseen issues with the project and inclement weather.
Oakland County Transportation  Updates

The contractor currently has the outside, right two lanes of WB 12 Mile removed in large sections from Meadowbrook Road to M-5. Once prepped for final grade, those large segments will be poured probably early next week.
Estimated completion date: November 29, 2019

Haggerty Road has been fully reopened. The striping contractor still needs to place the final pavement markings, but this can be done under traffic.
Estimated completion date: Completed
City of Novi Projects

The 2019 program is now complete. Over the next couple weeks, the contractor will be revisiting this year's segments to seal joints and complete the restoration.
Estimated completion date: Completed

The 2019 program is now complete. Residents can expect restoration, to include irrigation repairs, over the next couple weeks.
Estimated completion date: Completed

The contractor has completed the north half of the Industrial Spur Road. The remainder will have to wait until Detroit Edison can relocate the existing power poles. The contractor now has the new Crescent Boulevard ready to start pouring concrete. This concrete work will take approximately 2 to 3 weeks to complete. The concrete panels at the intersection of Novi Road and Crescent Boulevard are now being placed on hold for removal and replacement until the spring of 2020.
Estimated completion date: June 15, 2020

The contractor has closed Flint Street (gravel portion), from Grand River to Novi Road. A bulk of the earthwork and grading has taken place, but now the contractor is currently stopped until Detroit Edison and associated franchise utilities can relocate their facilities out of the limits of the roadway. The contractor has also completed the underground storm water detention system along the north end of Flint Street. The contractor will begin installing the new, permanent storm sewer from Novi Road. The entrance into the plaza with Panera Bread will need to be closed for up to two days while this work is being performed.
Estimated completion date: June 15, 2020

All of the concrete work, to include curb and gutter and sidewalks have been completed at the intersection of West Oaks Drive and Donelson Drive. Early next week, the contractor will begin milling this intersection, making repairs to the milled surface and placing the asphalt top course.
Estimated completion date: November 8, 2019

The contractor is expected to be complete with the open-cut sections of sanitary sewer, west of Garfield this week. Over the next couple of weeks, the contractor will be upgrading the size and location of the dewatering system in order to better handle the amount of ground water encountered to date. With this upgrade, we expect to see more progress in the coming months on the directional drilling segments west of Beck Road.
Estimated completion date: June 30, 2020

The contractor plans to perform the final joint sealing of the newly placed concrete on Friday, Nov. 1 for the Cranbrooke Drive bridge. The bridge will be reopened upon completion of the joint sealing, probably in the afternoon on Friday.
Estimated completion date: November 1, 2019

The utility work in South Lake Drive is now complete and the roadway is ready for paving. But, the weather has inhibited paving Wednesday and Thursday, this week. Paving is tentatively scheduled for Friday, Nov. 1. South Lake Drive will continue to be closed until the paving is complete.
Estimated completion date: November 1, 2019

In August 2012, Novi citizens overwhelmingly passed a road millage allowing for more than $5 million to be used in annual road and pathway investments. Funds will be used to maintain and improve neighborhood (subdivision/side streets) and major municipal roadways (mile roads, Beck Road, etc.), and to make sidewalk and pathway connections. To learn more a bout upcoming projects,  CLICK HERE.