The IMAP is an interactive map that allows anyone with cell phone or computer access the ability to view all Public Works-approved Public Access Permits taking place on or within City property or public right-of-way.
The Liberty Street Project will create safer routes for travelers in Downtown, enhance area streetscape aesthetics and increase transportation and trail connectivity for community members and visitors, among other benefits.
Harrisonburg Public Works will host an open house at the Simms Center where the public may learn more and ask questions about roadway reconfiguration projects and learn specific details about projects proposed for summer 2023.
The project extends East Kaylor Park Drive to the site of Harrisonburg’s second high school and connects to S. Main Street south of Pointe Drive.
Projects for multiple improvements to South Main Street in the vicinity of the I-81 Exit 243 interchange to Mosby Road.
The project adds a 3' wide concrete median on S. Main Street from just south of Mosby Rd to Stone Spring Rd/Erickson Ave, with a break to maintain a full access entrance to Dukes Plaza.
This project addresses multiple safety concerns on the Port Republic Road corridor between Hunters Rd and Devon Lane, as identified in the Port Republic Road Safety and Operations Study
This project extends the eastbound Port Republic Road left turn lane at Bluestone Drive from 100' of storage for vehicles to 300'.
The project realigns University Blvd between the old convocation center parking lot and Forest Hill Road at the Oak Hill Drive intersection.
The new Toter system utilizes a Toter trash cart that attaches to a tipper plate, attached to each of the City's sanitation trucks, to lift the 96- or 48-gallon Toter trash carts provided by Public Works for use at each of the serviced addresses.