Chase Lane in Centerville will be rebuilt this summer after the City Council Tuesday awarded a $180,622 bid on the project. The road will be widened, repaved, and curb, gutter, and sidewalk will be installed between Main Street and Fourth West.
The narrow, potholed street with no sidewalks carries a large volume of vehicle traffic between Main Street and the I-15 frontage road, along with numbers of children walking back and forth to a nearby elementary school.The project has been a priority for the city in its current road budget but construction was held up while the city negotiated with property owners along the street to share the cost of installing curb, gutter and sidewalks.
The council awarded the project to Miller Paving, which bid $180,622, below the city's engineering estimated of $211,851. Seven bids, ranging from Miller's low number up to $236,629, were received.