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CURRENT PROJECTS

Utility Work Detours on Herndon Parkway, Tuesday April 14th

In order to repair a water valve leak, crews will be working along Herndon Parkway northbound (inner loop) from Elden Street to towards the 1300 block of Sterling Road.  Detours will be posted to route motorists around the work zone. Work hours are scheduled between 8am - 3pm, or until complete. 

Pavement Markings - Herndon Parkway

As weather permits, pavements markings will be completed the week of April 6th on the recently paved section of Herndon Parkway.  Work hours are expected between 9am and 3pm each day.  For questions please contact operations at (703) 435-6860 or publicworks@herndon-va.gov

Sugarland Run South Stream Restoration Project

The intent of this project is to restore the environmental integrity of this portion of Sugarland Run which has experienced degradation of its overall condition.  The proposed stream restoration will consist of improvements for bank stabilization as well as bioengineering techniques such as vegetation planting plans, in-stream structure placement, and brush mattress installation.  Surveyors are scheduled to be in the vicinity of the project location over the next several weeks.

Bready Park Tennis Court Resurfacing & Repair

Bids were received on February 4, 2020 for the resurfacing and repair of the three outdoor tennis courts at Bready Park. The project consists of installation of a cushioned hardcourt surface mat resulting in a monolithic overlay which will bridge any large underlying structural cracks. Replacement of the existing court net system is also included in the project. Work is expected to begin in the Summer of 2020.

Van Buren Street  / Herndon Parkway

In preparation for the Van Buren Street Improvements Project, utility relocation work has begun along Van Buren Street, between Worldgate Drive and Spring Street, as well as the 500 - 600 block of Herndon Parkway. Expected work hours will be weekdays between 9am - 3pm within travel lanes and 8am - 5pm outside of travel lanes (sidewalks and utility strips).  Temporary lane and sidewalk closures may be necessary.  Flaggers will be on site to direct motorists and foot traffic through the work zone. Expected date of completion:  Early to mid-April 2020.

3rd Street Water Tank Painting & Rehabilitation Project

The 3rd Street Water Tank Painting & Rehabilitation Project has been completed and the tank has been put back into service as of 11/22/19.

Cellular antennas and equipment removed from the tank and placed on temporary cell towers is in the process of being relocated back to the water tank. Once this work has been completed the temporary towers will be removed from the site.

Water Sewer Projects

Sewer Manhole Rehabilitation

Late Winter to Mid Spring, locations below. Service should not be impacted but there will be some impact to traffic

  • Nicklaus Court easement
  • Aspen Drive
  • Worldgate Drive
  • Sugarland Trunk Line Easement (Runnymede head north to TOH limits)

Sewer Main Lining Projects  

Projects are expected to begin early Spring and Summer.

  • Center Street between Locust Street and Nash Street
  • Locust Street between Center Street and Grace Street
  • Grant Street in easement near Madison Street and Dranesville Road
  • Easement in Cavalier Park

Customers affected by this project will be notified directly of any service disruptions prior to construction.

What to expect:

  • Temporary disruption of service for properties directly served from the main being lined. A letter will be hand delivered to those impacted with specifics and scheduled times of disruption.
  • Traffic will  be reduced to one lane during construction with the potential of road closure (only if deemed necessary) and parking may be restricted.
  • Work is typically performed between the hours of  8am and 8pm 

Upcoming Projects

Elden Street / Monroe Street Intersection

Enhancements included in the Elden-Monroe Street Intersection Improvements project include a new traffic signal, brick crosswalks with ADA compliant curb ramps, brick sidewalks and storm drainage improvements. This project will link the East Elden Project, the Downtown Streetscape Project, and the Elden-Monroe private development project.

Pursuant to the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), the project is PEI-exempt under Preliminary Environmental Inventory Exemption 29. The project does not impact any historic resources as determined by the Town's historic preservation staff.

Herndon ON the Move

 Please visit our Herndon ON the Move page for details on upcoming roadway projects.