Weaver Street Rehabilitation

Project Description

The Weaver Street Rehabilitation project includes Weaver Street from Remington Street to Joseph Avenue and Joseph Avenue to Hudson Avenue. This project includes pavement milling and resurfacing with spot pavement base repair, new granite curbs with underdrain, spot sidewalk replacement, curb ramp upgrades, new driveway aprons, pavement markings, signage and adjustment and/or repairs of manholes, receiving basins, and water valve castings and the installation of pedestrian level LED street lighting. Minor utility impacts and some tree plantings and/or removals are anticipated. These improvements are designed to preserve and expand the useful life of the pavement structure, improves surface drainage, roadway riding quality, ADA accessibility and serviceability. The installation of speed humps along Weaver Street and Weyl Street (Joseph Avenue to Hudson Avenue) will be evaluated during final design. 

The project is funded with City and County funds.

Project Team

City of Rochester Street Design Division
Monroe County Department of Transportation
Design: Lu Engineers
Landscape Design and Public Outreach: EDR Companies
Street Lighting Design: Greenman Pederson, Inc.
Environmental Services: Fisher Associates

Key Stakeholders

Northeast Quadrant Service Center 
Group 14621 Neighborhood
Marketview Heights Neighborhood
Upper Falls Neighborhood 


Project Documents


Public Involvement
Public Informational Meeting – September 2021

The following documents are presented at the Public Informational Meeting:

Anticipated Project Schedule

Preliminary Design: Complete
Final Design: Spring 2021 to Summer 2021
Bidding and Award: Fall 2021 to Spring 2022
Construction: Spring 2022 to Fall 2022

For current construction updates refer to the City’s STREET BEAT website.


For questions please contact:

Phoenix Howell
Project Manager