Street Maintenance Schedule Update 6/22/15: Metro Asphalt will continue to mill Main Street pavement on Tuesday. They will place asphalt on Wednesday and Thursday (weather permitting) starting at 9 HWY and ending on 7th Street.
Metro Asphalt will open up sections of roadway when it is safe to drive on. If residents drive on the warm asphalt or tack materials, they can track that onto their driveways and into their garages.
We also ask that the residents don’t run sprinkler systems until after the contractor is done with the street maintenance. During paving residents will need to park on the adjacent side streets. Thank you for your cooperation!
Street Maintenance Schedule Update 6/19/15: Street Maintenance will occur on Main Street, from Hwy 9 to 7th Street, starting on Monday, June 22nd. The crew will begin milling the street on Monday and asphalting on Tuesday. Residents are asked to not drive on the fresh asphalt or tack material, as it will stain the concrete on your driveway and in your garage. It is ok to drive on the milled section on Monday. Please use the side streets to park.
Street Maintenance Schedule Update 6/17/15: The contractor will be asphalting the area of Riss Lake 10th Plat today and tomorrow (Wednesday and Thursday).
Street Maintenance Schedule Update 6/11/15: Due to the forecast for inclement weather, paving in Riss Lake has been postponed until Monday.
Street Maintenance Schedule Update 6/10/15: Asphalt will be placed in Riss Lake 10th Plat tomorrow (Thursday). The contractor will start on Agron and then move to Forest Park, Park Ridge and Parkview. There is a possibility that the contractor may not be able to finish the work in one day. Due to trash services in Riss Lake on Friday, the contractor will be back next week to complete the paving operations.
Street Maintenance Schedule Update 6/9/15:
Tuesday 6/9: Finish milling of Parkview in Riss Lake.
Wednesday 6/10: Asphalting Brink Myers and N. National. Begin asphalting Riss Lake 10th Plat, starting on Parkview.
Thursday 6/11: Asphalting Park Ridge, Forest Park, and Agron.
***OLD SCHEDULE IS BELOW*** Please refer to the updates above for accurate information.
The 2015 Street Maintenance Program is scheduled to begin this week.
Wednesday June 3,
Starting at Brink Myers Road when finished moving to National Drive and when finished there they will move to Riss Lake where the plan is to only mill Parkview Drive time permitting.
Thursday June 4,
Start milling on Agron (Street Dept. to help with patching on this street 40’x7’) when finished Forest Park will be done and to finish they will be milling Parkridge Drive. **If the milling is not completed on Thursday, Friday will be used to finish milling.
ASPHALT OVERLAY SCHEDULE
Monday June 8,
Asphalt Overlay will start on Brink Myers Road when finished moving to North National Drive. Moving of equipment to Riss Lake prior to paving on Tuesday morning.
Tuesday June 9,
Riss Lake overlay will start on Forest Park when completed they will do Agron up to Riss Lake Drive. If time allows they will move equipment to Parkridge Drive at Forest Park and start pulling up the hill.
Wednesday June 10,
On Wednesday the second day at Riss Lake they will start paving on Parkridge Drive at Forest Park and work their way up to Parkview Drive where they will set back in at the end of Parkview and pull out to Riss Lake Drive.
** All procedures of this project is WEATHER PERMITTING that means if it rains this will change the dates and times but not the order in which these streets will be milled and overlaid.
The City replaces a number of curbs each year as part of the annual street maintenance program. Unfortunately, each curb cannot be replaced in a single maintenance cycle. For curbs that do not get a full replacement, City Staff determines if intermediary maintenance is necessary until a permanent fix is available.
If intermediary action is necessary, the City will install temporary asphalt patching. Temporary asphalt patching is a proven technique that will protect the taxpayers investment in our infrastructure while stretching our maintenance budget. If you have concerns about the condition of your curbs or concerns about temporary asphalt patching, please contact the Parkville Public Works at 816-741-7676.
Notice to Riss Lake residents: This message is a follow up to the Mayor’s promise that City staff would look into your water issues. Since receiving complaints from the residents, the City of Parkville has contacted Missouri American Water to alert them to the water quality issue at Riss Lake. Missouri American Water has brought in their Regional Water Quality Specialist to assist with identifying the issues at Riss Lake.
If you are experiencing an issue with the quality of your water or are seeing small flakes in your water, please contact Missouri American Water at 816-741-2992 to schedule an appointment to review your water quality issues. They will be able to determine if the issue is on the main line or your home’s internal line. If you do not receive an adequate response from the water company, please contact Public Works at 816-741-7676.
Save the date! Parkville River Jam is this Friday and Saturday. Enjoy great music, delicious food, and cold beverages. Visit the following website for more details: http://rivermusicfestival.parkvilleriverjam.com/
Important Notice for sewer service customers with bank autopay! Due to technical difficulties, last month’s sewer bill balance was carried over to the most recent bill regardless if payment was correctly withdrawn. This makes the most recent bill look to have an outstanding balance.
We have corrected this technical issue, and can confirm that upcoming sewer service bank withdraws will be only for the most recent service period. Please call Parkville City Hall with any questions 816-741-7676.
Update 6/8/15: English Landing Park has been reopened. Thank you for your patience and cooperation regarding the park closure.
Update 6/6/15: Due to substantial rainfall and rising water levels the City of Parkville has closed English Landing Park. There are no other closures in the downtown area and all shops are open for business!
As always, it’s a big weekend in Parkville! Check out what’s going on:
Saturday (7am-12pm): Parkville Farmers Market
Saturday (10am-12pm): National Trails Day Celebration in Platte Landing Park.
The City will continue to monitor water levels and take additional measures as needed to ensure safety if it becomes necessary.
Important Notice! Martin Marietta has informed the city that a significant number of additional gravel trucks will be entering and exiting the Martin Marietta Mine at 9 Highway and Coffey Road in Parkville through the 6/5/15 morning rush hour. The trucks move slower and have a wide turning radius. Please give the drivers a little extra space as they enter and exit the highway!