Duplainville Road and Trail
Construction Update (12/08/2022)
Both Duplainville Road and the bridge over Spring Creek are open to thru-traffic. With miscellaneous items still being completed everyone should continue follow the contractor's directions to maintain safe and steady traffic flow.
Businesses with heavy traffic should anticipate the Green Road weight restrictions to be reinstated soon.
Construction Update (12/01/2022)
The contractor is continuing finish up miscellaneous landscaping tasks. These activities will continue the week of 12/05.
June 13, 2022
The contractor has started pulverizing Duplainville Road, clearing trees, and installing erosion control products. The current plan is to install and replace existing underground utilities starting this week.
The consultant has set up an optional email communication to keep you up-to-date on where the contractor is working and where potential delay may exist. If you are interested in enrolling in this email communication list, please send an email to Ashley Pridemore at Ashley.Pridemore@strand.com. If you do not have email, please contact Ashley Pridemore at (414) 271-0771, or call our office at (262) 691-0804 to discuss alternative options or if you have further construction questions.
All thru traffic along Duplainville Road from the railroad crossing to Weyer Road should follow the posted detour along Redford Boulevard/County Highway F.
All businesses and residents along Green Road between Duplainville Road and Springdale Road/County Highway SR should enter and exit from the intersection of Green Road and Highway SR.
All businesses and residents along Green Road between Duplainville Road and Highway F should enter and exit from the intersection of Green Road and Highway F.
December 10, 2021
The City is replacing Duplainville Road from the Canadian National railroad tracks to Weyer Road. The new road will be concrete pavement where the road abuts businesses with heavier traffic, and asphalt pavement where the road abuts residential neighborhoods. This project includes adjustments to the road to account for developments in the area made since the road was previously rehabilitated. These adjustments include converting the two-way stop at the intersection of Duplainville Road and Green Road to a four-way stop, installing new storm structures to improve drainage in the area and adding a multi-use asphalt trail. The trail will be parallel to Duplainville Road for the length of the road reconstruction. The trail will also connect the Pewaukee Sports Complex to Duplainville Road at the intersection of Duplainville Road and Lindsay Road. The City of Pewaukee is working with Waukesha County to make sure the trail will continue through the new intersection of Lindsay Road and Redford Boulevard.
Construction plans are nearing completion. The City of Pewaukee and consulting engineers have scheduled a public involvement meeting on Monday, January 10, 2022, at 4:00 PM in the City’s Council Chambers. Construction will take place in 2022.