CIP & Construction 

Current Projects

Sunrise Ave./ Oakland Blvd. NW

Road View of Oakland Blvd


Goals:

  • Repair and improve stormwater drainage and install curbing/gutters.
  • Upon completion of the project, roadway and yard flooding in these areas will be minimized. 
  • Completion of the project will also include new concrete sidewalk, new concrete curbing, new access ramps, and repaving the roads where applicable
  • Click here to see project map.

Estimated Timeline: August 2022 - April 2023

Residents can expect some disturbances during construction M-F, 7:00am - 7:00pm, check our Facebook or Nextdoor for current updates. 

Our Division currently has a total of 215 capital improvement projects totaling more than $140 million of needed funds which have been identified with preliminary design and cost estimates.

Recently Completed:

 From July 2020 to June 2021, several stormwater projects were constructed which include the following:
 
  • Sweetbrier Ave
  • Lakecrest/Greenlee Rd
  • 1400-1600 Blk Templeton Ave
  • 3500 Blk Windsor Rd
  • Deyerle Rd
  • Glenoak/Ivywood St

Currently there are 5 more projects scheduled for construction.

Upcoming Projects:

Presently, the following projects are under various stages of design:
 
  • 19th St/Chapman Ave 
  • Victoria St - Caldwell St 
  • 1400-1500 24th St (In ROW Acquisition Process)
  • Sherwood/Chesterfield St 
  • Downtown Jefferson St 
  • Salem and 1st St
  • Harvest Ln
  • Melrose Ave Crossing



Project Sustainability


What is Envision?


Envision is a rating system and planning guide used by the City of Roanoke to assess and improve our infrastructure projects. The rating system promotes sustainability in five key categories: Quality of Life, Leadership, Resources Allocation, Natural World, and Climate and Risk. The overall goal with incorporating Envision concepts into drainage projects is to ensure that the City of Roanoke is not only doing the project right, but the right project. A project that would address the needs and goals of the community across all areas.

Learn more about benchmarking Stormwater CIP projects with Envision in the City of Roanoke