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2021 Clinton Street/ North National  Street Project - This project is scheduled to begin the spring of 2021. The project includes utility and surface improvements on Clinton Street from Michigan Avenue to National Street; and on National Street from Clinton to Grand River Avenue.  This project will update water, sewer, and provide some traffic calming improvements to provide a safer street for the residents and pedestrians.  The project also includes the replacement of the 12" water main from the North Tower to a connection on Madison Street. For more information CLICK HERE.


2019 State Street Reconstruction Project
The State Street Project is closed and completed.  This project was funded by a CDBG Grant and included improvements to all public and private utilities including the water system, sanitary sewer system, electric and gas.  It also added two electric car charging stations and several amenities to the street and the Peanut Row Alley. This project received several awards including the Michigan APWA project of the year. State Street Picture.  To learn more about this project and how it was funded visit 2019 State Street Reconstruction Project.

2019 Downtown Grand River Water Main Project
The Grand River Water Water Main Project is complete, under budget, and on time.  This new water main in our downtown will provide more reliable water with less interruptions in service, and provide better flows for fire protection and customer needs.  If you want to see what was added visit the Grand River Water Main Project.    Two additional projects to complete the Grand River water main are programmed for the near future. These projects are scheduled for 2022 on the East end of Grand River and 2023 for the West end of Grand River.  Both projects will be funded using low interest State Revolving Loans (DWRF).  To learn about these upcoming projects visit Grand River Water Main Project.

2020 MDOT BL96 Project - Grand River Avenue (BL96) from M59 to the East City of Howell limits (East of National Street) has been resurfaced by the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT).  This was not a City of Howell project and was funded with MDOT maintenance funds.  The City of Howell was permitted by MDOT to install the three mid-block crossings along Grand River to provide safe and enhanced pedestrian crossings within our Downtown Business District and for better connectivity to City Hall.