120th Street Drainage Improvements


The City will be installing pipes/culverts under 120th St and under two driveways to reduce the likelihood of 120th St flooding west of the intersection with Dodd Blvd.  This section of gravel road is a dead end and flooding of the road by adjacent ponds, such as occurred in 2019, has the potential to cut access off to homes and a Lebanon Hills park maintenance entrance.

Latest Updates

  • Upstream flared end of a new culver installed under 120th Street to help alleviate future floodingOctober 17: Project substantially complete.  Remaining work consists of minor site restoration work to be completed by early summer of 2023
  • October 7: Start of construction has been delayed to Tuesday October 11 due to materials delays.
  • September 28:
    • Project staking and utility locate activities will begin this week.
    • Contractor currently plans to keep half the road open at all times, and full road closures are not currently anticipated.  We will notify affected properties accordingly if that changes.
  • September 20: The City Council received quotes and awarded the contract for the project at its September 20, 2022, meeting


  • Begin work - October 11, 2022
  • Substantial completion - November 30, 2022
  • Final site restoration - Spring, 2023


  1. Jane Byron

    Storm Water Specialist

  2. Nick Egger

    Public Works Director