Road Closure Evergreen Ave Campbell St to Sigwalt St for New Pedestrian Crosswalk

Evergreen Avenue road closure for pedestrian crossing construction August and September 2021 (SOURCE: Village of Arlington Heights)
Evergreen Avenue road closure for pedestrian crossing construction August and September 2021 (SOURCE: Village of Arlington Heights).

The Village is set to commence construction work for Evergreen Ave (Sigwalt Street to Campbell Street) on Monday, August 30, 2021. This project is a part of the Village of Arlington Heights 2021 Resurfacing Program. A full road closure will be in place for approximately two to three weeks, and the overall project is scheduled to be completed within four to six weeks.




The project will include curb bump-outs at the north east corner of Sigwalt Street and Evergreen Avenue, and resurfacing of the road. Additionally, a mid-block pedestrian crosswalk will be constructed which will include curb bump-outs, a brick crosswalk, and pedestrian push buttons with flashing signs.

The construction of the mid-block pedestrian improvements will require a full road closure at the proposed crosswalk. The local access to all driveways and garages will remain. The driveway entrances north of the crosswalk will still be accessible from Campbell Street. The driveway and garage entrance south of the crosswalk will be accessible from Sigwalt Street. Please see the map for the proposed road closures. If you have any questions, please contact the Project Engineer Aldair Vargas at 847-368-5254 or [email protected]




Looking south on Evergreen Avenue road closure for pedestrian crossing construction August and September 2021 (SOURCE: Village of Arlington Heights)
Looking south on Evergreen Avenue road closure for pedestrian crossing construction August and September 2021 (SOURCE: Village of Arlington Heights).

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