Sub-Project 1: Cherokee Road

Project Details

Connect a sidewalk gap on Cherokee Road between Lexington Road to Beaverdam Road on the southeast side of the road to avoid an existing cemetery. Pedestrian access to Satterfield Park will also be considered. Connection points to the existing sidewalk are at Morning View Drive and 360 feet down Beaverdam Road Project length is approximately 3,700 feet. 

Project Updates

Purchase Order has been issued and conceptual designs are underway.  Concept design was presented to the public for comment on October 14, 2019 and was presented to M&C on November 12, 2019.  M&C directed concepts be developed further before being brought to M&C for consideration.  Staff presented multi-use path and sidewalk option in the July 9, 2020 M&C Work Session.   At the September 1, 2020 vote meeting M&C approved by Commission Defined Option the Project Concept for the Cherokee Road Sub-Project and directed staff to advance the project to the Preliminary Plans phase as a Multi-Use Path. On October 28, 2020 a NOPAA was approved by the Mayor & Commission to use the on-call design engineers, Arcadis US, Inc. to continue advancing the Sub-Project through preliminary engineering and design. Preliminary Plans are being developed. 

*as of 2/25/2022