Why is this project necessary?
In order to sustain and improve safety within the Village of Shorewood and to continue to help make the village a walkable community, the Village Board in 1991 formulated a policy regarding public sidewalk replacement. All sidewalks within the village street right of way are typically inspected every six years based on several criteria; hazardous sidewalks in the specified area will be replaced as part of this project. The Village typically only includes replacement of problematic sidewalks within the current area; however, sidewalks identified as being hazardous outside the area through complaints are also added to the current year's project.

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1. Why is this project necessary?
2. Who will be doing the work?
3. How do I know what public sidewalk will be replaced?
4. Will you also replace the sidewalk between the street and the sidewalk (carriage walk)?
5. What will the cost of replacing the sidewalk be for me?
6. Will the project include the replacement of the driveway apron?
7. When will the project be started and completed?
8. When will the contractor get to me?
9. What if use and access of my driveway is affected by this work?
10. What about my special conditions or requests?
11. How is restoration of turf handled?
12. When is my payment due?
13. Whom can I contact with questions?