Rolling Hills Improvements

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Detailed conceptual image showing the combined elements of Rolling Hills improvements

Updated 5-5-2021

What is this Project?

The project includes pedestrian and bicycle safety improvements along the corridor between College Avenue and Old Missouri Road as well as traffic flow improvements at critical intersections and drainage upgrades.

The current conceptual plan for the Rolling Hills improvements is posted above. Click here to view the pdf.  

Public Input Opportunity

The City is inviting comments from the public on the updated plan.  Please click here to email your comments to Matt Casey, Engineering Design Manager.

Why is It Important?

Rolling Hills Drive serves as an important east-west connection street that also provides access to adjacent neighborhoods and connects to Butterfield Elementary School. Rolling Hills Drive connects to Appleby Road, east of College Avenue, providing the only flat east-west bicycle route to the Razorback Greenway. The road currently carries about 10,000 cars per day. Improving this connection for traffic capacity and providing safe facilities for bicycles and pedestrians is a priority.

What is the Current Status?

Updated 8/4/2021

A design contract with Garver, LLC was approved by the City Council in November 2020. The conceptual design was presented to the Transportation Committee on 4/27/2021. Garver is currently working on the 60% design plans.

When Will it be Completed?

Design is scheduled to be completed in February 2022. Construction could then begin in June 2022.

How is it Funded?

Funding is provided by the Bond issue passed by voters in April, 2019.