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Long-term Plan for Chestnut Construction Timeline

Anticipated Phasing of Construction

August 2, 2018

In June 2018, M.E. Collins Contracting met with the property owners along the Chestnut Street Corridor. At that meeting, a preliminary schedule was shared with property owners. This can be reviewed by clicking on this  link . Please keep . . . read more

Chestnut Street - Phase 1 - Road Closing Information

Chestnut Street - Closed from north of 2nd & Chestnut to south of 6th & Chestnut

June 25, 2018

Beginning June 18, Chestnut from the north side of the intersection of 2nd & Chestnut to the south side of 6th & Chestnut will be closed. During this time 4th Street will be used to access the Saunders County Law Enforcement . . . read more

Chestnut Street Project - Construction to Begin This Summer

Voters asked to consider 1/2 cent sales increase to offset property tax increase at May 15 election

May 7, 2018

On May 15, 2018 the City of Wahoo voters will have the opportunity to vote on a sales tax question - should the sales tax rate in Wahoo be increased by 1/2 cent? The purpose of the additional sales tax is to help pay for the Chestnut Street . . . read more

Stop Light at 5th & Chestnut

Results of the recent poll

October 27, 2017

Community members were recently asked to share their thoughts about whether there should be a stop light at 5th & Chestnut.  As part of the Chestnut Street design, replacement or removal of the stop light were options . . . read more

Citizen Input on Stop Light at 5th & Chestnut

October 20, 2017

The City of Wahoo is asking for citizen input on the stop light at 5th & Chestnut.  Please provide your opinions by participating in a short survey by clicking on the following link.  This will take you to a survey prepared . . . read more

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