Brownsburg residents will soon see local road improvements thanks in part to a grant from the Indiana Department of Transportation’s (INDOT) Community Crossings Matching Grant Fund Program.
Brownsburg received this grant cycle’s maximum award of $1 million in matching grant funding. Fourteen local roads are scheduled to be resurfaced next spring. Market cost and weather will depict how many priority projects are completed during the 2024 construction season.
Priority projects not completed during the 2024 construction season will move to the top of the 2025 list.
The priority roads include:
- Hamstra Rd., from the Town Boundary to US 136
- Holloway Blvd, from Oak Hill Dr. to N. 550 E.
- Oak Hill Dr., from Oak Tree Dr. to Holloway Blvd.
- Masters Circle, from its dead end to Oak Tree Dr.
- Oak Tree Dr., from Oak Hill Dr. to Holloway Blvd.
- Garner Rd. (E CR 700 N.), from 650 E. to the Town Boundary
- Maple Hurst Dr., from its dead end to Green St.
- Commerce Dr. from Maplehurst Dr. to its dead end
- Arborglen Dr., from Arborwoods Dr. to Prebester Dr. (2nd Crossing)
- Arboorwoods Dr., from Arborglen Dr. to Hamstra Rd. (N CR 600 E.)
- Prebester Dr., from Arborglen Dr. to Arborglen Dr.
- Midnight Pass, from Raven Cir. to Hamstra Rd. (N. CR 600 E.)
- Raven Cir., from Midnight Pass to Midnight Pass
- Walnut Lane, from its dead end to Franklin St.
- Maple Ln., from Tilden Rd. to its dead end
- Maplebrook Dr., from School St. to Grant St.
- Jackson Ct., from Jackson St. to its dead end
- Jackson St., from Grant St. to Maplebrook Dr.
- E. 400 N. (Airport Rd.), starting east of Green St. to Beechwood Dr.
- E. 300 N., from Ronald Reagan Parkway to N. CR 100 E.
- Lincoln Dr., from Lincoln Ave. to its dead end
Through the program, Brownsburg will match the funding received 50/50.