Burton Station Projects

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Baker Road Culvert & Ditch Improvements

This project is for the design and construction to modify infrastructure to include the upgrade of the existing combination pipe/ditch drainage system from Baker Road to Diamond Springs Road, north of Northampton Boulevard. See CIP 7-0360 Project Detail Sheet for additional information.

Burton Station Road Improvements

This project provides improvements to Burton Station Road from Northampton Boulevard to approximately Tim Road. The project includes extension of water and sewer lines, a new pump station, improved road with two lanes, curb and gutter, drainage, sidewalks, street lights and landscaping. This project was prioritized primarily to extend water and sewer connections to existing homes that previously relied on private wells and septic systems.

Tolliver Road Improvements

These projects create a new north/south road connection (Tolliver Road), which will ultimately extend from Burton Station Road to Air Rail Avenue. Right-of-way improvements include utilities, lighting, landscaping, sidewalks and drainage. The first segment of Tolliver Road from Burton Station Road to the railroad right-of-way was constructed with the Burton Station Road project described above and is almost complete.

The remaining segment of Tolliver Road (from the railroad right-of-way to Air Rail Avenue) is currently in the design phase. The project also includes reconstruction of part of Air Rail Avenue that will be affected by the replacement/relocation of an aging sanitary sewage pump station. Road improvements will be coordinated with utility work needed to support the new pump station. 

See CIP 9-091 Project Detail Sheet for additional information. 

New Burton Station Fire/EMS Station

CIP 3-075 provides for the design and construction of a new Fire and EMS Station in the Burton Station area to service residents and businesses in that area. Located near the intersection of Tolliver Road and Burton Station Road, the two-story building will house 30 firefighters and 4 EMS personnel. The 14,300 square foot station will include administrative office spaces, a day room, a kitchen, sleeping quarters, a locker room and 3 apparatus bays. The project is currently under construction with an anticipated completion date of November 2019.