Street Improvement District No. 1260 was created by City Council on February 12, 2013, after a majority of property owners within the area signed and submitted the district creation petition form. Once the district completed the 20-day protest period, City Council continued the district on April 9, 2013.
The District consists of South Webb Road extending north from Stolley Park Road to the Union Pacific Railroad tracks. The project involves widening the roadway from 24” to 41” for a 3-lane section with improved drainage and elimination of the ditch section. This project is currently estimated at $1.7 million and would be assessed to adjacent property owners. Depending on the method of assessments, City owned property is estimated to range from $962,159 to $1,188,000.
The Diamond Engineering Co. of Grand Island, Nebraska was awarded the $1,361,451.80 contract on March 11, 2014 for this paving district.