The City excavated near my property over the Winter and I was told they would be back to fix everything in the spring, but why haven’t I seen anything done yet?
  • The contractor must prep various sites, attain supplies and materials, and wait for consistent temp/weather.
  • The list of excavated sites to be completed in the spring is generally larger since it has built up over the winter months. Sites will be restored in the order in which they were disturbed. We apologize for any inconvenience.   

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1. The City excavated near my property over the Winter and I was told they would be back to fix everything in the spring, but why haven’t I seen anything done yet?
2. What happened to my lawn / driveway / sidewalk / curb/ street?
3. Will the City fix / restore everything?
4. How long will it take for this to get restored?
5. Can I fix the grass / lawn myself and will the City reimburse me if I fix my lawn?
6. My Sprinkler / Fence was damaged during the excavation; will the City repair / reimburse me for the damage?
7. The City contractor finished the hard surface restoration (driveway / sidewalk/ curb / street), but didn’t finish the landscaping restoration, when will this get done?
8. Why is it taking so long for my property (lawn /driveway / sidewalk / curb/ street) to get fixed?
9. The excavated area is settling, forming a trip hazard / hole, what can be done in the meantime?