Main Street Reconstruction

 

The Main Street reconstruction began in the spring of 2019. The project area includes Main Street by the railroad bridge and progresses through the downtown for nearly one mile just past Demeritt Place. During the 2019 and 2020 seasons, construction was completed on all water and sewer lines, storm drains, and underground conduits within the project area. Temporary sidewalks and the roadway are paved over for the winter. Beginning in spring 2021 as weather conditions allow, the project will resume with minor electrical work and streetscape amenities, including street lamps, flags, banners, flowers, trees, and the final sidewalk and roadway paving.

100-year-old water lines, sewer lines and storm drains will be replaced with new lines for another 100 years. Utility lines will be placed underground in the core of the downtown between the Congregational Church to Park Street, and on Stowe Street from the Main Street intersection to the dry bridge over the railroad. New sidewalks, landscaping, informational kiosks, wayfinding signs, hanging flower baskets, flags and banners will enhance our entire downtown.



FAQ's

What work is being done on Main Street?
The Main Street Reconstruction project starts on the south side of the railroad trestle by the roundabout and travels south for approximately one mile just beyond Demeritt Place (across from Subway). The 100 year old water lines, sewer lines and storm drains will be replaced with new lines with a life expectancy for the next 100 years. Utility lines will be placed underground between the Congregational Church and Park Street, and on Stowe Street from the Main Street intersection to the dry bridge over the railroad. Period lampposts matching the ones at the roundabout will be installed in this core area. New sidewalks, landscaping, wayfinding, hanging flower baskets, flags and banners will enhance our downtown. Sidewalks and walkways will be ADA compliant. 
Who do I contact with my questions or concerns?
Use the contact form to email questions or concerns. For phone inquires, contacts are listed below.

General Project Assistance: 
Barbara Farr, Waterbury Transportation Liaison
802-244-4300, 802-888-3810
[email protected]

Business Assistance: 
Alyssa Johnson, Economic Development Director, Revitalizing Waterbury
802-585-9525 

Visitor Assistance: 
Karen Nevin, Executive Director, Revitalizing Waterbury
802-793-6029
Where can I find the most up to date information?
This website will have the most current information but if you have questions that are not answered here, or you need additional information, please contact one of us on the Contact List.
What will be the expected hours and days of construction?
Typical hours and days of construction will be Monday through Friday, 6:00 am-6:00 pm. However, some underground utility work and primary intersection work may occur after hours and at night. Weekend work may be required pending weather restraints and to maintain schedule.
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Contact Us

General Project Assistance
Barbara Farr
Transportation Liaison, Town of Waterbury
Business Assistance
Alyssa Johnson
Economic Development Director, Revitalizing Waterbury
Visitor Assistance
Karen Nevin
Executive Director, Revitalizing Waterbury