Jackson Pond Expansion Project

General Information

Project Location(s):
Jackson Pond at Jackson Middle School
Project Status:
Design & Funding Acquisition
Bid Opening Date:
TBD
Construction Start Date:
TBD
Construction Completion Date:
TBD
Contractor:
TBD
Construction Engineer:
TBD
Design Engineer:
V3 Companies of Illinois, Ltd.
Awarded Contract Amount:
TBD
Adjusted Final Contract Amount:
TBD
Funding Source(s):
Stormwater Fund, PDM Grant

This project is a portion of the larger Sugar Creek Watershed Drainage Improvement Project. This project also includes:

More detailed information on these projects can be found on their respective project pages.

Objective

To expand the Jackson Pond Stormwater Detention Basin to lessen the frequency and severity of area flooding.

Description

This project consists of the expansion of the Jackson Pond stormwater basin at Jackson Middle School.

Justification

The expansion of the Jackson Pond stormwater detention basin was proposed by the 2015 Sugar Creek Watershed Drainage Improvement Project Conceptual Design Report prepared by V3 Companies of Illinois.

Bidding Documents

Related Documents

Project Updates

DateDescription
October 15, 2021The total estimated cost of the project is approximately $5.8 million. A grant agreement with the Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA) was approved at the October 11, 2021 Village Board meeting.
September 24, 2021The Village has been awarded grant funding of $4,000,000 for this project through the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Pre-Disaster Mitigation (PDM) Grant Program. Staff is awaiting information from FEMA regarding the timetable for the grant process.
June 11, 2021Staff has responded to a request from IEMA for additional information needed for the evaluation of the village’s pending application for FEMA grant funding for this project. Staff is still awaiting a decision from FEMA regarding that application. The engineering design of the pond expansion is complete, but the project has not been able to proceed to construction due to a lack of funding. Staff is developing alternate options for construction.
May 28, 2021Staff is still awaiting a decision from FEMA regarding the application.
April 2, 2021Staff has responded to a request from IEMA for additional information needed for the evaluation of the village’s pending application for FEMA grant funding for this project. Staff is still awaiting a decision from FEMA regarding that application.
January 1, 2021Engineering design of the pond expansion is complete, but the project has not been able to proceed to construction due to concerns from School District 45. Staff is developing alternate options for construction and awaiting a decision from FEMA regarding the village’s pending grant application.
December 4, 2020Staff is developing alternate options for construction and awaiting a decision from FEMA regarding the village’s pending grant application.
September 11, 2020Engineering design of the pond expansion is complete, but the project has not been able to proceed to construction due to concerns from School District 45. Staff is preparing a joint application with the County for FEMA funding along with developing alternate options for construction.
September 4, 2020Engineering design of the pond expansion is complete, but the project has not been able to proceed to construction due to concerns from School District 45. In addition to affecting the project timeline, those concerns have also resulted in significantly higher estimates for construction costs. In response, staff has been actively seeking out external funding sources and submitting funding applications.
May 22, 2020Engineering design of the pond expansion is complete, but the project has not been able to proceed to construction due to concerns from School District 45. In addition to affecting the project timeline, those concerns have also resulted in significantly higher estimates for construction costs. In response, staff has been actively seeking out external funding sources and submitting funding applications. Staff submitted another such grant application this week to the Rebuild Illinois Fast Track Program that was announced by Governor Pritzker last week. Staff is optimistic about the application’s chances and hopes to receive a decision on whether or not the project will receive funding by the end of June. Separately from the pond expansion efforts, design of the upstream stormwater improvements on Wisconsin and Addison is still in the planning stages. Staff is working with the prospective design engineer to establish the scope of those design efforts.

April 18, 2019The project is currently in the planning stages. Staff is working with the prospective design engineering consultant to establish the scope of design efforts.