Road Construction & Projects

The City of Kalamazoo maintains and operates 83 miles of major streets, 166 miles of local streets, 20 bridges, over 15,517 signs, 80 traffic signals, and 4 flashing beacons at intersections. City staff evaluate road pavement conditions based on the PASER system, the statewide standard of pavement condition reporting selected by the Michigan Transportation Asset Management Council. These ratings are considered when planning road construction projects among other factors. Road construction projects are also coordinated with other infrastructure projects as often as possible to minimize the impact on surrounding property owners and take advantage of cost savings. 

Maintenance on state trunklines and highways in the Kalamazoo area is the responsibility of the Michigan Department of Transportation. Roads outside of the City limits are maintained by the Road Commission of Kalamazoo County.  

You can find information about road construction and other projects at ImagineKalamazoo.com or using the links below. Updates are also posted on the City's Facebook and Twitter feeds. Releases about road construction are also listed below. 

Portage Street Project, April - November 2021

2021 Street Project Summaries

2021 Sidewalk Project Summaries

Richland Township Water Main

Cooper Township and Parchment Water Main

Kalamazoo City and Township Water Service Replacements

Road Construction Media Releases:

Title
VINE STREET BETWEEN JASPER STREET AND CROSSTOWN PARKWAY
NORTH STREET BETWEEN WESTNEDGE AVENUE AND SIMPSON STREET
MOUNT OLIVET ROAD BETWEEN BARCLAY DRIVE AND VIRGINIA AVENUE
DRAKE ROAD BETWEEN MICHIGAN AVENUE AND W. KL AVENUE
PATERSON STREET BETWEEN COBB AVENUE AND WESTNEDGE AVENUE
KALAMAZOO MALL BETWEEN W. EXCHANGE PLACE AND W. SOUTH STREET
KALAMAZOO AVENUE BETWEEN CHURCH STREET AND GREENWICH PLACE
LOVELL STREET BETWEEN PARK STREET AND ROSE STREET
STOCKBRIDGE AVENUE BETWEEN RACE STREET AND MILLS STREET
CEDAR STREET AT PARK STREET

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     Kalamazoo, MI 49007

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