The City of Greenwood, IN

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Madison Ave. Improvements - Phase Two
Madison Ave. Improvements - Phase Two

Madison Ave. Improvements - Phase Two

*** Construction Notices ***

Phase 2 of Madison Avenue will begin on or about May 29, 2018.

The two western lanes will be closed and the northbound lane will be reopened. There will be NO SOUTHBOUND TRAFFIC flow on Madison Avenue from Pearl Street to Noble Street.

Access to all businesses will be maintained.

Please be mindful of your speed for the safety of construction crews in the area.

The City of Greenwood is making major improvements to Madison Ave. The re-envisioned corridor includes pedestrian-friendly widened sidewalks, a bicycle lane and various streetscape enhancements. Construction expected to begin in 2018.

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Smith Valley/Madison Roundabout
Smith Valley/Madison Roundabout

Smith Valley/Madison Roundabout

*** Construction Notices***

On or about June 1, 2018 Smith Valley Road will be closed west of Meridian Street to US 31, Madison Avenue will be closed at Smith Valley Road south to Mercator Drive, please refer to detailed closure map here.

To address significant traffic backups on eastbound and westbound Smith Valley and southbound Madison Avenue at peak hours, and to improve motorist safety in the area, the City of Greenwood is planning a roundabout, with construction scheduled for 2018.

For more information on the project, contact City Engineer Daniel Johnston at 317.887.5230 or johnstond@greenwood.in.gov.


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Traffic Simulation

Surina Way Connector & Additional Downtown Parking
Surina Way Connector & Additional Downtown Parking

Surina Way Connector & Additional Downtown Parking

** SURINA WAY ROAD CLOSURE BEGINS MARCH 19 **
Click here for Detour Map
Community Center patrons use Washington Street.

The Surina Way to Market Plaza connection road will be an 800 ft. long multimodal roadway connection across the northern edge of the former Greenwood Middle School Property. It will feature sidewalks, decorative lighting and an innovative bioswale drainage system.

The project also includes a public private partnership between Our Lady of the Greenwood Catholic Church and the City of Greenwood, which will add approximately 150 parking spaces to the area. The lot will be accessible to the public absent times traditionally associated with ecclesiastical services.

Other project elements include stormwater upgrades to the Greenwood public parking lot to the west of the library and improvements to Meridian Street.

Construction is expected to begin in 2018.

Emerson Ave. Improvements
Emerson Ave. Improvements

Emerson Ave. Improvements

Greenwood has plans to revamp Emerson Ave. stretching from Main Street to County Line Road. The transformation will include raised center medians, new traffic signals, decorative lighting and construction of a 10-ft multiuse trail. Construction is expected to begin in 2018.

Old City Park
Old City Park

Old City Park

Old City Park, one of the city’s most storied parks located in the heart of downtown, is being completely re-imagined. The park will feature a promenade – designed for both pedestrians and bicyclists – providing access from Madison Ave. to Meridian Street.

The promenade will run adjacent to Mrs. Curl, Greenwood’s legendary ice cream shop. It will also connect to the planned expansion of Pleasant Creek Trail, providing a path into Craig Park and the Greenwood Amphitheater.

Stop 18 Road/Drainage Project
Stop 18 Road/Drainage Project

Stop 18 Road/Drainage Project

**  CONSTRUCTION NOTICE ** 

May 17 thru May 22, 2018 crews will be paving and painting lines on Stop 18, please be aware of intermittent road closures.

The City will improve Stop 18 Road just west of U.S. 31 in Spring 2018.  The Project consists of Mill and Overlay, Widening, Storm Sewer, Driveway improvements, and a dedicated Right-Turn Lane.  Construction is expected to begin in March 2018 with a duration of two months.

1265 N. Madison Ave.
1265 N. Madison Ave.

1265 N. Madison Ave.

This former strip mall, which many residents consider an eyesore, was purchased by the Redevelopment Commission in November 2017.

Demolition of the structures is complete, and the site has been restored.

The City plans on engaging in an interactive public process to determine plans for new park space, green infrastructure, and improved overall aesthetics along one of the City's most traveled corridors.

Downtown Revitalization
Downtown Revitalization

Downtown Revitalization

Greenwood is taking advantage of the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to transform the heart of the city. Initial conceptual plans include:

 9 miles of new or reconstructed streetscape
9 acres of new or upgraded open space
75,000+ sq. ft. of potential retail/office space
Proposed 450+ apartments and 130+ townhomes

Click on the link for more information and images.

I-65 & County Line Road Development
I-65 & County Line Road Development

I-65 & County Line Road Development

Indy Fuel owners Jim and Sean Hallett are committed to cultivating youth sports in Central Indiana. The Halletts have announced a proposal to develop a sports and family entertainment destination along Interstate 65 in Greenwood. The proposed project, developed by Hallett-owned Indiana Ice Arenas LLC and Indianapolis-based Gershman Partners, includes more than $40 million of private investment and would encompass 60 acres of long-admired real estate along I-65, south of County Line Road.
Main/Meadowview Roundabout
Main/Meadowview Roundabout

Main/Meadowview Roundabout

The roundabout project will consist of a single lane roundabout with drainage improvements, landscaping, and decorative lighting.

It will improve traffic capacity and safety at the busy intersection and eliminate an often traveled existing two-way stop intersection.

Construction is expected to begin in 2021 and last 2-3 months during the summer. Once finished, it will be Greenwood’s fifth roundabout.

Western Regional Interceptor
Western Regional Interceptor

Western Regional Interceptor

The City of Greenwood has proposed a major sewer relief project, which if approved, would be the largest capital project in the city’s history.

Initial design plans for the Western Regional Interceptor call for the installation of 10 miles of sewer pipeline throughout White River Township, which is serviced by Greenwood’s sanitary sewer system. Total cost of the project could range from $60 to $70 million.

Justice Center Remodel
Justice Center Remodel

Justice Center Remodel

The Justice Center recently went under a $4 million renovation with completion May 2018. The building, originally built in 1991, was in need of substantial overhaul in order to consolidate city offices and meet the needs of a modern police force.

The Justice Center includes  Police Headquarters, City Court, Probation Department, and City Clerk's Office.

An Open House is scheduled in June 2018.