Main Street Revitalization
Introduction & History
The Main Street Revitalization project includes the complete modernization of infrastructure on Main Street including new water, stormwater/wastewater utility infrastructure, improved pedestrian and bike amenities, undergrounding the telecom and cable lines, and rebuilt sidewalks and streetscapes. Visit our project page on the Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission website for a comprehensive look at previous updates.
4.9.21 - Right of Way Notice
The Main Street Revitalization Project is targeting a construction start in the spring of 2022. Maintaining clear communication with residents and property owners during the project is a priority for the City. Therefore, we are requesting contact information from each household and business located within the current project area. If you own or rent a residence or business in the current project area, the Department of Public Works will be leaving door hangers with a request for contact information. You can receive future updates about the project by doing one of the following:
- If you have internet access, please complete the online info intake form here.
- If you do not have internet access, please call 802 734 0022 leave a voicemail with your name, street address, and daytime phone number.
If you are a property owner, please review the latest draft of the project's Right of Way plans. The City will require a temporary easement or permanent easement or both from most property owners in the project area. Please contact us at your earliest convenience to discuss the ROW process:
802 734 0022 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you in advance!
3.15.21 - Jon Rauscher, Director of Public Works, gave a quarterly update to Winooski City Council.
9.8.20 - Jon Rauscher, Director of Public Works, presents an update during the remote Winooski City Council meeting.
10.18.19 - Main Street Soil Sampling Begins 10.21.19
8.21.19 - City of Winooski Awarded $450,000 Northern Border Regional Commission Grant
9.25.18 - Leahy, Sanders, and Welch: USDA Makes $8.5 Million Investment in Winooski Main Street Revitalization