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McCrorey Heights

McCrorey Heights
This project will build new sidewalk, curb and gutter, planting strips and storm drainage improvements in the McCrorey Heights neighborhood. 

What's happened? The construction project is in the warranty phase and the landscaping project is complete.

What's next?  The construction and landscaping projects are in the warranty phase.

Who to contact:  Lamar Davis, Project Manager 704-336-6006, fldavis@ci.charlotte.nc.us

A Neighborhood Improvement Project

In November 2006, voters approved $25,000,000 for neighborhood improvement projects including $2,200,000 for McCrorey Heights. This project is bounded by Beatties Ford Road, Oaklawn Avenue, Brookshire Blvd and I-77.  The neighborhood will receive improvements, such as curb and gutter, sidewalks with ADA wheel chair ramps, planting strips and storm drainage improvements.

Objectives:

  • To improve the quality of life for the residents of the McCrorey Heights  Neighborhood  through infrastructure improvements.
  • To provide new sidewalks and planting strips for pedestrians to walk safely through the neighborhood.

Click here to view a map that shows the recommended improvements for the McCrorey Heights Neighborhood Project.

Click here to view the construction plans.

Cost:
   $2,200,000
Please note this figure includes all costs associated with the project such as planning and design, acquiring the right of way, utility relocation, consultant fees, construction, signalization, permits and landscaping. 

The process for designing and building infrastructure projects like McCrorey Heights is completed in four distinct phases.  Click here to learn  more about how City projects are selected, designed and built.

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