The planned improvements come as part of the city's 2020 pavement maintenance program, with funding provided by the fiscal year 2019-20 streets and drainage budget.
Council approved an engineering services agreement July 28 with Halff Associates for the Heatherwilde Subdivision Pavement Rehabilitation Project.
The scope of work approved Sept. 22 includes Heatherwilde Boulevard, Sweetwood Song Drive, Hughmont Drive and Gazania Drive. Acanthus Street and Laurelleaf Drive were approved as two alternatives listed in the scope.
Following council approval, QA Construction Services is anticipated to mobilize its operations and begin rehabilitation work, which is expected to require 90 days for completion.