Broadway Transportation Alternatives Project
The reconstruction of North and South Broadway is entering the final design phase of the project. The project will replace sidewalks, curbing, street lighting and other amenities along the roadway from Cedar Hill Avenue to the northern border. This is a $3.1 million project funded with grants totaling $2.32 million.
Water Infrastructure Initiative
The Village Board has authorized the borrowing of $2.3 million for the Water Department to begin a multi-year water main and valve replacement project beginning in 2019. We are exploring grant options to offset the cost of the project.
The Village is making numerous safety improvements on Depew Ave for Head Start, the Senior Center and residential housing including: upgraded signage, lower speed limit, and a CDBG grant to install a raised crosswalk (crosswalk 2019). Intermunicipal agreements on recycling, public works, and potential collaboration on garbage pick-up and parking.
Progress on Sustainability Initiative :
Contract on new LED streetlights – lights purchased from O&R
Ban the Bag” initiative with Nyack High School
Additional overnight parking is available on lower High Avenue and Lydecker Street. Additional spaces will be available soon on Franklin Avenue.
NEW PROJECTS & GRANT AWARDS
Awarded grant funding of $401,000 from NYS Department of State to improve public access to the waterfront area focusing on a Riverfront pathway connecting Memorial Park to the new park planned for the waterfront south of the Nyack Boat Club property.
Awarded grant funding of $370,000 from NYS Department of Transportation for Pedestrian Safety Action Plan. Targeted to improve 3-4 lighted intersections in the Village.
Awarded grant funding of $55,000 by NYS Department of Transportation New Bridge Authority to build a bicycle/pedestrian path from Hudson Avenue to Depew Avenue on South Franklin Avenue connecting the planned new bridge Shared Use Path to the downtown area.
Awarded grant funding of $150,000 by NYS Department of State for roadway and sidewalk improvements on Upper Depew Avenue.
Awarded grant funding of $125,000 by NYS Department of State to offset the cost of a new garbage truck that is scheduled for delivery in 2019.
Awarded $134,000 from Rockland County Community Development Block Grant to improve sidewalks on Depew Avenue between Midland Avenue and Route 9w.