This is your guide to info on upcoming road construction, repaving (below), and other improvements on your Waukesha County roads.
Project info is subject to change. Contact us anytime to confirm and discuss -- click on name of project manager, or phone us at 262-548-7740. Thanks!
Note: Waukesha County Public Works is one of many teams at work on roads in Waukesha County. Here's a helpful guide to info offered to you by other agencies at work in Waukesha County.
• Waukesha County highways: View info below
• State and Federal highways by WisDOT: projects.511wi.gov
• City, town, village roads: Contact your friendly local municipal DPW like Village of Hartland, City of Muskego
|County Highway • common name||Start and End points||In which city, town, village?||When will work start?**||Will the road close?||I need more info:|
|CTH = County Trunk Highway||View map of all project locations||**dates subject to change||
click to email project manager
|CTH I • Beloit Rd||CTH ES to CTH O||City of New Berlin||2017-18||closure of lanes thru ̶M̶a̶y̶ June 15||Ed Hinrichs
|West Bypass||Phase I: USH 18 to I-94||City of Waukesha||2017-18||open||Karen Braun|
|Phase II: STH 59 to USH 18||City of Waukesha, Town of Waukesha||2018-19||open||WisDOT|
|CTH V V • Silver Spring Dr||CTH E intersection||Town of Merton||June 11, 2018||to close June 11 thru August||Ed Hinrichs|
|CTH Q • County Line Rd||Oconomowoc River bridge||Towns of Merton, Erin||2018||to close Aug 15||Kevin Yanny|
|CTH N culvert||Scuppernong River||Town of Eagle||2̶0̶1̶8 2019||t̶o̶ ̶c̶l̶o̶s̶e̶ ̶S̶e̶p̶t̶ ̶2̶0̶1̶8̶ TBD||Steve Brasch|
|CTH I • River Rd||Ehr Dr to Point Dr||Town of Vernon||2018||TBD||Jim Soehner|
|CTH KF • Ryan Rd||CTH JK intersection||City of Pewaukee||June 11 2018||open • reduced speed limit, four-way stop, closure of turn lanes||Ed Hinrichs|
|CTH M • North Ave||CTH YY to east county line||City of Brookfield||2020||open||Ed Hinrichs|
|CTH P • Brown St||at Snyder Ln (aka Snyder Way)||City of Oconomowoc||June 11, 2018||open||Jason Mayer|
|2018 Culvert Replacements||countywide||various||TBD||open||Steve Brasch|
|2018 Paving Program||countywide - see below||see below||see below||open||Jim Soehner|
|CTH YY • Pilgrim Rd||Burleigh Rd intersection||City of Brookfield||Complete||open • minor repairs may require closures of lanes||Ed Hinrichs|
|CTH JJ • Bluemound Rd||Silvernail Rd intersection||City of Waukesha||Complete||open||Bruce Barnes|
|CTH P • N Sawyer Rd||Bark River bridge||Village of Summit||Complete||open||Kevin Yanny|
|CTH V V • Silver Spring Dr||Lilly Rd intersection||Village of Menomonee Falls||Complete||open||Kevin Yanny|
|County Highway • common name||Start and End points approx||Municipality|
*CTH = County Trunk Highway
Use caution: flaggers at work
|CTH B • Valley Rd||near Dekoven Rd • base patching only||Village of Summit|
|CTH CW • Mapleton Rd
||Townline Rd to Hwy 83||Town of Oconomowoc|
||CTH Z to Hwy 67||Town of Ottawa|
|CTH D • W. Sunset Dr||CTH TT to Pebble Creek Bridge||Town of Waukesha|
|CTH D • W. Cleveland Ave||at Johnson Rd (right turn lane only)||City of New Berlin|
|CTH EF • Hartling Rd - Sussex Rd
||CTH E to CTH V V||Town of Merton|
|CTH I||Sandy Beach Rd to CTH LO||Town of Mukwonago|
|CTH I • River Rd
||Hwy 83 to Fox River Bridge||Town of Mukwonago|
|CTH I • Lawnsdale Rd||CTH XX to Hwy 164||Town of Waukesha|
|CTH I • Lawnsdale Rd||Hwy 164 to CTH Y||Town of Waukesha|
|CTH X • Saylesville Rd||at Lawrence Dr • bypass lane only||City of Waukesha|
|CTH Y • Barker Rd||north of USH 18||Town of Brookfield|
|CTH Y • Barker Rd||at STH 59||Town of Brookfield|
|CTH Z||School Section Lake Rd to Scuppernong Bridge||Town of Ottawa|
Paving Waukesha County highways: What to expect
What: Resurfacing existing roadways -- not new construction of a road. Kinda like painting your kitchen -- not remodelling it.
When: June, July, August 2018. Materials and processes work best in summer.
Where: See map (above) and list of locations (left).
How long: Most take three or four days. But weather, length of segment may add a few days.
Safety First: Please expect lane closures. That means flaggers on site -- so please stay alert and decrease speeds. We appreciate it!
More info: Your questions and comments are welcome! Contact Jim Soehner of DPW-Engineering Services (email)
More projects: We aren't the only team at work on roads in beautiful Waukesha County. Check out "Who Maintains My Road?" for more info.
Note: Project info is subject to change.