Carlisle’s city officials have prepared a plan called the 7 in 7 Plan that tackles 7 major building or infrastructure projects in 7 years. To see a powerpoint about the 7 in 7 Plan, please click here. The following projects all make up a part of this plan. You can get specific information on each project by clicking on the project’s name and following the link.
Renovates former Great Western Bank at 100 N. 1st Street into City Hall and includes complete internal renovation, new council chambers, parking improvements, an office for Parks & Rec, an office for elected officials, and expanded office space for building/economic development office.
Renovates former City Hall at 195 N. 1st Street into Police Department and includes complete internal renovation, public safety training room for Police, Fire, and EMS, gated parking lot, and a sally port addition.
Renovates former Recreation Center at 1225 S. 5th Street into Library and includes complete internal renovation, new community programming room and adult services addition, two study rooms, expanded staff space, and parking improvements.
Improves transportation infrastructure including road, sidewalk, and intersection improvements from Bellflower Drive through Highway 5 intersection.
Continues School Street road, sidewalk, and intersection renovations from 5th Street intersection to 1st Street intersection.
Reconstructs road and sidewalks along 5th Street from Highway 5 to School Street.
Runs water main from North Park through Avon and connects to existing water main north of Corteva/Pioneer warehouse allowing for Avon residents to connect to service and increase water flow resulting in better service and fire protection pressures in the area.
Click here to see a letter from City Administrator Deven Markley on behalf of City Council regarding information about our City Hall and Police Department Renovation Projects. How Can You Stay Informed? We will be sending updates out to the community in several ways: Articles in the Carlisle Citizen Through posts on the City Construction […]
CITY OF CARLISLE SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL FACILITIES WORKSHOP AGENDA Monday, March 4, 2020 6:30 P.M Carlisle City Hall Council Chamber, 195 N. 1st St. March 4, 2020 Facilities Workshop Packet The following agenda items will be considered: CALL MEETING TO ORDER OLD AND NEW BUSINESS & POSSIBLE ACTION Results of the Referendum Discussion If Referendum […]
We received a comment from a citizen asking for us to a better explanation of the costs involved in March 3rd’s referendum. There are many numbers that go into the final cost being asked for in the vote. A space needs study was complete and an initial plan was designed for the buildings. Ethos Design […]
To see an example of what the ballot will look like, click here. There are two items being brought to a public vote in Carlisle on March 3, 2020, related to our public facilities plans: Voters will be asked to allow the city to renovate the old Great Western Bank building at 100 N. 1st […]
School Street Schedule 2018 Week of 9-24-18 9-26 -Pour handicapped ramps -Asphalt surface course -Backfill and grading Week of 10-01-18 -Finish grading and backfill -Adjust manholes -Manhole lining -Seeding -Set mailbox at Medicap -Final cleanup
School Street Schedule 9-6-2018
Week of 8/20 -Continue work on intersections and curb and gutter – Remove remainder of pavement West of 8th Street -Relocate fire hydrant -Start retaining wall 8/22 -Crack and Seat- Scheduled for 8/20. Will update if subs schedule changes -Retaining wall work -Sidewalk/Drives West of 8th Street -Subgrade Prep/Rock Base Layer -Utility adjustments within School […]
Week of 8/13 -Continue work on intersections and curb and gutter -Finish pouring sidewalks through drives on East end – Retaining Wall Work-Sub is shooting for starting Late Week -Finish full depth patches East of 8th -Relocate Fire Hydrant- 8/16 – Remove remainder of pavement West of 8th Street-Late Thursday/Friday -Begin Subgrade Prep Week of […]
School Street Driveway Notice
Waste Management has been able to pick up trash and recycling so far during the construction on School Street. As the project moves forward and it gets to a point that Waste Management will not be able reach the residents trash/recycling receptacles, TK Concrete will move them to a centralized location to be dumped. Residents […]