2nd Street Streetscape Project

030620 2nd Street before from Cedar towards Pine (JPG)

PROJECT UPDATE: MARCH 6, 2020

A public information meeting on the 2nd Street Streetscape Project will be held at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 25, at Musser Public Library. All residents, building owners, and business owners in the six-block long area of the project (Mulberry to Pine), along with any other interested individuals, are invited and encouraged to attend this meeting.

The 2nd Street Streetscape Project is comprised of sidewalk, roadway, utility, and streetscape construction on 2nd Street from Mulberry Avenue to Pine Street. Construction primarily includes pavement removal, excavation, concrete sidewalks, concrete roadway paving, underground utility improvements, concrete pavers, and streetscape amenities.

The Muscatine City Council awarded the $2.9 million contract for the 2nd Street Streetscape Project to KE Flatwork, Inc., of Elbridge, Iowa, at the February 6, 2020, City Council meeting. KE Flatwork, Inc., was the lowest of four bidders for the two-year project.

The work will be completed block by block in six stages over the two-year construction timeline to minimize the impact on businesses and residents. The contractor anticipates starting work in mid-April.

Scope of the Project

The 2nd Street Streetscape Project comprises sidewalks, roadway, utilities, and streetscape construction located on 2nd Street from Mulberry Avenue to Pine Street. Construction primarily includes pavement removal, excavation, concrete sidewalks, concrete roadway paving, underground utility improvements, concrete pavers, and streetscape amenities.

Work will be completed over a two-year period. Bids were opened on January 16, 2020, with the contract to be awarded by the Muscatine City Council at its February 6, 2020, regular meeting.

2nd Street Reconstruction Project Plans (PDF)

2nd Street Reconstruction Project Bid Set - Specs (PDF)

2nd Street Reconstruction Project Bid Set -  Plans (PDF)


Economic Programs

Several programs are being offered by the Department of Community Development for property improvements that may be used by building owners and/or business owners in conjunction with or in addition to the Streetscape Project. 

The programs include: