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2021 Construction Projects

Construction projects take place throughout the City of Mt. Pleasant annually in order to maintain and improve the City's infrastructure. Updates on these projects will be posted to this page, and also are communicated through door hangers and letters (for residents directly affected by projects), local media, along with the City's Facebook and Twitter pages.

The 2021 construction projects have been completed.

Asphalt Crack Sealing

Various streets will be crack sealed as part of the preventative maintenance program.


Asphalt Overlays

The following streets will receive asphalt overlays:

  • Chippewa: University to Lansing
  • Eastpointe: Sweeney to Somerset
  • Franklin: Cherry to Maple
  • Gover Parkway: Broomfield to dead end
  • Lansing: Pickard to Mosher
  • Larry Place and Larry Court: Wisconsin to Brown
  • Palmer: Franklin to Arnold
  • University: Lincoln to Chippewa

Detention Pond Expansion

The detention pond in the south industrial park will be expanded.


Local Street Projects

Gaylord Street between Mission and Fancher Streets will be reconstructed. The project includes removal and replacement of the existing asphalt, road base, a portion of the curb and sidewalk, replacement of the handicap access ramps, and the installation of storm sewer in some sections.


Major Street Projects

No major street projects are scheduled for 2021.

Parking Lot Reconstruction

City parking lots 6 and 8 are scheduled for reconstruction.

Downtown Parking Lot Reconstruction Frequently Asked Questions

Pavement Markings (paint markings)

Various streets throughout the City will receive new paint markings.


Replacement sidewalk will be completed for reported complaint locations.


Storm Sewer Extension

This project will extend 6” storm sewer pipes for sump pump connections at the following locations:

  • Briarwood: York to Fairfield
  • Lynwood: York to Fairfield
  • York: Lynwood to Briarwood

Questions about any of these projects should be directed to the Division of Public Works at 779-5401.
Click here for a PDF summary of all projects.

2021 Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) Road Repair Projects