City Projects

To learn about City projects that are out for bid, or that have recently closed, please visit the City of Pullman Planroom.

2021 Projects

ARTERIAL STREETS RESURFACING 2020 (Contract No. 20-01)

NOTICE TO RESIDENTS, NEIGHBORS, AND BUSINESS OWNERS OF ARTERIAL STREETS RESURFACING 2020 PROJECT

This project consists of resurfacing Spring Street, Crestview Street, and Harvest Drive from Main Street to Bishop Boulevard (1.27 miles of urban arterial streets), reconstructing existing curb ramps according to ADA guidelines, and traffic calming areas.

City crews will be working in the area in preparation for the project, with the contractor starting work in earnest in mid-April.  Work will continue through July.

This project was originally planned for 2020, but was delayed until 2021.

SANITARY SEWER REPLACEMENT 2021 (Contract No. 21-01)

This project consists of replacing 1,648 linear feet of sanitary sewer main via pipe bursting or trench replacement, in two locations: from W Main Street, south between SW Skyline Drive and SW Cedar Street, almost to Farr Cemetery; and between NW State Street and N Grand Avenue. Additional work includes re-connection of 26 sanitary sewer services; replacement of seven sanitary sewer manholes and installation of one new one; modification of two existing sanitary manholes; re-routing of a small segment of existing water main; construction of a small retaining wall; and miscellaneous grading, concrete, paving, and landscape restoration work.

On-site work should begin no earlier than June 1, and all work shall be completed within 60 calendar days.

Annual Ongoing Projects

Street Resurfacing

An ongoing yearly contract whose purpose is to repair or rebuild those streets in bad shape, and that have significant levels of traffic flow.

Sidewalk Repairs

Each year the City has a small contract to repair sidewalk sections on one of the four hills of Pullman. Walking hazards are eliminated by grinding raised edges or by removing and replacing certain sidewalk sections. This contract is not intended to repair broken up sidewalk unless the edges are raised above the safe maximum.
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