Crews will be completing the final touches on the bridge railings. Restoration of terrace areas continues. Small sections of pavement striping remain. Otherwise this project is almost complete and the road is fully open.
Crews are installing sanitary main and water & sanitary laterals as they head South on McKenna. Watermain is installed and live. Two watermain connections need to be completed in the intersections of McKenna and Greenway which will cause a temporary shut down of water in the area. Residents will be notified 48 hours in advance of the shutdown. The roadway remains temporarily signed for no parking along McKenna between Maywood and Dean.
Sanitary sewer main installation - ongoing
Water and sewer lateral installation - ongoing
The City of Monona has plans to replace the Winnequah Road bridge to Pirate Island in 2020. The current bridge was constructed in 1960, and has a sufficiency rating of 8.6 out of 100. Reconstruction plans call for the complete replacement of the bridge. One lane will be open to residents during the construction. During construction, the water main currently hanging from the bridge will be placed under the channel, just to the west of the bridge. Engineering design was completed by MSA, led by Gregg Borucki. View a presentation on reconstruction plans
2020 bids were denied due to over budget quotes. Capital budgets will be amended in the Fall and this project will be rebid in the Spring of 2021.
North Winnequah Park Lagoon Dredging and PCB Removal
Updated - June 5, 2020
This project has wrapped up except some restoration items that still remain.