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Tryon Hills
Tryon Hills
This project will build new sidewalk, curb and gutter, and minor storm drainage improvements, and water main replacements on Crimes  Street and Catalina Avenues in the Tryon Hills neighborhood.

What's happened? Construction in the Tryon Hills neighborhood is complete.

What's next? Once the project is accepted by the City, the warranty phase will begin. Landscaping including the installation of street trees within the planting strips will take place in Spring 2015.

Who to contact? Lamar Davis, 704-336-6006; Chris Jiles, 704-336-3605, Construction Coordinator

A Neighborhood Improvement Project

In November 2006, voters approved $25,000,000 for neighborhood improvement projects including $4,000,000 for Tryon Hills. This project is bounded by Catalina Avenue, North Graham Street, West 24th Street and West 31st Street.

  • The neighborhood will receive improvements, but not limited to curb and gutter, sidewalks with ADA  wheel chair ramps, planting strips and storm water drainage.
  • Charlotte Mecklenburg Utilities has the first phase of the Tryon Hills water and sewer replacement project in construction. Contact: Fred Hunter, CMU Project Manager at 704-391-5124.
  • The Storm water Division has a storm water improvement project in construction for Dogwood Avenue and Grimes Street.  Contact: Scott Hudson, Storm Water Drainage Specialist at 704- 336-3611.

Click here to view the project map.

Objectives:

  • To improve the quality of life for the residents of the Tryon Hills neighborhood
  • To provide new sidewalks and planting strips for pedestrians to walk safely through their neighborhoods.

Cost:   $4,000,000
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 Tryon Hills is completed in five distinct phases.  Click here to learn  more about how City projects are built.

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