Jackson Area Improvement Project

General Information

Project Location(s):
Addison Avenue - Madison to Washington
Madison Street - Addison to Michigan
Wisconsin Avenue - Jackson to Washington
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Design Engineer:
V3 Companies of Illinois, Ltd.
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Funding Source(s):
Street Referendum, Wastewater Fund

This project is a portion of the larger Sugar Creek Watershed Drainage Improvement Project. This project includes:


To reduce the likelihood of flooding during storm events by separating and expanding the storm sewer system. To improve the condition of the roadway by means of selected pavement rehabilitation methods.


This project consists of roadway improvements on Addison Avenue from Madison Street to Washington Street, Wisconsin Avenue from Jackson Street to Washington Street, and Madison Street from Addison Avenue to Michigan Avenue. The project includes the installation of storm sewers. Some selective water system and sanitary sewer system improvements are also included.


The sewer separation and storm sewer installation will reduce the likelihood of flooding in the area. The Village's pavement management program has determined that the condition of the streets have deteriorated to the point that pavement rehabilitation is needed. This project is to be partially funded by voter approved bond proceeds.

Bidding & Planholders  Information

Village Projects are typically bid through the online bidding service QuestCDN. A list of plan holders as well as the initial bid tabulation will be available on the project page. For more details on how the Village bidding process works, please visit the Bidding Information page.

Bidding Documents

Contract Documents

Project Updates

October 28, 2022Staff is in the process of reviewing plans and specifications and has held several design progress meetings. Bidding is currently expected to take place in late 2022 or early 2023.
October 7, 2022
Geotechnical investigation field work for this phase was performed earlier this month. Staff is in the process of reviewing plans and specifications, and has held several design progress meetings. This phase will be advertised for bidding when design is complete. Bidding is currently expected to take place in late 2022 or early 2023. 
April 1, 2022This project is currently under design.