ADA — The city of Ada has begun preparation and planning for the residential street pavement reconstruction and drainage improvements project in the Hammond Heights / Washington Heights Subdivisions west of the Ada Municipal Airport in Ada.

The city is soliciting comments on the proposed construction and invites you to attend a come-and-go informational open house on Thursday, Feb. 23, from 6-8 p.m. at the Irving Community Center at 4th and Oak Ave., second floor.

This facility is ADA accessible and the city of Ada will assist with any special needs (1). Contact (580) 436-8100 for more information.

The city of Ada has hired a consultant, Tetra Tech, to assist in the development of this project. The design services to be provided by Tetra Tech include street rehabilitation and reconstruction, drives, sidewalks, signing and striping in combination with storm sewer improvements to remediate the flooding issues in this neighborhood. City forces will replace water and sewer lines as determined and identified during design. This project is part of the Proposition One Sales Tax and will be completed in phases over several years. The purpose of this meeting is to streamline the design process, help identify the construction priorities, as well as to solicit input on design concepts.

Throughout this process, public involvement and informational availability will remain a high priority. On behalf of the city of Ada, Tetra Tech will be accepting written comments on the Hammond Heights / Washington Heights Subdivision Project. To submit comments, please do so in writing by March 17, 2006, using one of the following means: (1) by mail to Tetra Tech, 302 SW 7th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73109; (2) by fax to (405) 606-8601; or (3) by email to Please put “HAMMOND HEIGHTS COMMENTS” in the Subject line of any emails.

(1) The City of Ada encourages participation from all citizens. If participation at this meeting is not possible due to a disability, notification to the city manager’s office at (580) 436-8002 at least 48 hours prior to the scheduled meeting is encouraged to make the necessary accommodations. The City may waive the 48-hour requirement if signing is not the necessary accommodation.

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