The 51-page .PDF presentation can be read HERE. It provides a brief overview of the process city officials have taken over the past year and the results of the recent survey, plus the final conceptual plans.
You can also watch the nearly two-hour public meeting by clicking HERE.
“The response last night at the meeting was overwhelmingly positive,” said Service Director Robert Patrick.
The core of the downtown project includes:
- Replacing aging waterlines, storm sewers, sanitary sewers, electric, and communications lines in downtown Wadsworth.
- Improving safety and pedestrian connectivity between downtown amenities, plus efficient vehicle traffic.
- Enhancing sidewalks, streets and alleyways to make downtown more livable, vibrant, and a destination/gathering spot.
The project is estimated to cost between $10 million – $13 million. Ground is expected to be broken in 2021.