108th Street Improvement Project – Burt to Decatur & Oakbrook Channel Repair Project

About the Projects

108th Street between Burt and Decatur has multiple driveways and is steep in some locations. The proposed project would improve safety, drainage and pedestrian connectivity issues by constructing a new roadway cross-section, storm sewer improvements and ADA-compliant ramps, trail and sidewalks in the area.
 
Adjacent to the 108th Street project, the Oakbrook Channel has degraded over time, resulting in major streambank erosion and stability concerns. The area around the channel has been compromised, including sanitary sewer lines and power transmission line poles. There are also multiple private storm drain outfalls along the channel and the City is working with owners to develop solutions. The proposed project focuses on the downstream channel beginning near Seward Street and the tributary channel perpendicular to 108th Street near Charles Street.

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108th Street Project Schedule

Oakbrook Channel Project Schedule

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EVENTS

 
June 9, 2020 
Attend the Virtual Meeting Today! Learn more about the 108th Street & Oakbrook Channel project HERE!
 
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 Contact Us

  • To submit a comment or receive project updates, join the project mailing list through our Contact Form.
  • To provide your input about a specific location within the project area, visit the City Map.

 Queries

108th Street Improvement Project
Paula Pogge, EIT
Project Manager, City of Omaha
402-444-5220
 
Oakbrook Channel Repair Project
Noma Borde, PE, CFM
Project Manager, City of Omaha
402-444-5220
noma.borde@cityofomaha.org