Hyde Park Highway Department & Tree Warden

Call 811 BEFORE digging. www.digsafe.com

Highway Department Phone: 888-4625 Fax (at Town Clerk’s Office): 888-6878 highway@hydeparkvt.com For road issues, please call the Highway Department during their normal business hours. For after-hours road issues, please call the Lamoille County Sheriff’s Department non-emergency phone number 888-3502. New driveways, work within the town highway right-of-way, new uses – 19 VSA 1111 Access  Permit Application Required


2018 Better Roads Grant Project – Closeout Documents, Road Erosion Inventory & Summary Report 


Better Connections Grant Steering Committee Next Meeting: Monday, June 11, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. – Review Consultant Proposals

Review the FOUR Proposals Submitted (Selection expected in June 2018) Dubois-King,  Inc. Greenman-Pederson, Inc. SE Group Dufresne Group

Better Connections – Prior Reports and Grant Information 2018 Grant Application (2 Parts) 1 of 2 Cover Page and Application 2 of 2 Appendices with Letters of Support Information on 2018 Better Connections Grant Program (VTrans & ACCD) PRESS RELEASE 03/01/2018 Award  Letter 02/27/2018 Kick-Off Meeting Agenda – 04/12/2018

MRGP 2018-2038 – 20-year Municipal Roads General Permit Assessment & Map 2017 Assessment Synopsis – Rob Moore LCPC 2017 Hyde Park Erosion Assessment Map Hyde Park Road Erosion Inventory Report

2016 Hyde Park Connectivity Project Final Report (April 2016 – Dufrense Group) Appendix A – Archeological & Historical Data (19MB) Appendix B – Meeting Minutes Appendix C – Land Use Comments This scoping study evaluated existing conditions and presented recommendations for future capital projects and grant opportunities – Funding for this $34,400 project comes from the VTrans Bike & Pedestrian Grant Program (90%) and the Hyde Park Sidewalk & Pedestrian Improvement Reserve Fund (10%). Questions: Ron Rodjenski, 802-888-2300 x2

2016 North Hyde Park Stormwater and Streetscape Project Final Report (June 2016 – Dubois King)  This scoping study evaluated existing conditions and presented recommendations for future capital projects and grant opportunities – Funding for this $31,000 project comes from the VTrans Bike & Pedestrian Grant Program (90%) and the Hyde Park Sidewalk & Pedestrian Improvement Reserve Fund (10%). Questions: Ron Rodjenski, 802-888-2300 x2 OTHER DOCUMENTS 2018 Letter of Support for LEDC/LCPC Market Study – Anaerobic Digester 2018 Electric Utility Service Areas MAP 2018 Lamoille Valley Rail Trail User Count (VAST 2016-2018) 2017-2025 Municipal Plan 2017 Lamoille Valley Rail Trail (Summer) User Count 2017 Hyde Park Tree Inventory and Report 2017 Village of Hyde Park DRAFT Sidewalk Inventory and Capital Budget 2017 Village Downtown Designation Application – Not Approved by State 2017 North Hyde Park Village Center Designation MAP 2016 Village of Hyde Park Village Center Designation MAP 2015 Village of Hyde Park Land Use and Development Regulations 2015 Village Master Plan – Maps and Report 2016 High Risk Rural Road Grant Deferral – Church & Main 2015 Emerald Ash Borer Preparedness Plan

2014 Fire District #1 – NHP Wellhead Protection Area MAP 2013 Hyde Park Tax Stabilization Policy 2013 Livability Solutions Report & 2018 Proposed Green Mountain Byway Extension 2006 Safe Routes to School – HPES 1992 Historic Sites Survey – North Hyde Park and Bridges 1981 Historic Sites Inventory – Village of Hyde Park

BC Steering Committee MINUTES: June 4, 2018 April 12, 2018 January 4, 2018 December 6, 2017 November 17, 2017 October 11, 2017 September 27, 2017 August 2, 2017 July 26, 2017 June 28, 2017 May 22, 2017 No Meetings: March and April 2017 February 27, 2017 January 23, 2017 December 12, 2016 November 28, 2016 October 24, 2016 September 26, 2016


 

2017 Better Roads Grant Project – $37,000 Total CostVermont Agency of Transportation Stormwater Erosion Project – Bornemann Road (full length) (Completed August 2017 – Cost off-set by $20,000 BR Grant)

Removing wide shoulder that created a second ditch line causing travel lane erosion.

Installing 12″ minus in former “second ditch” location to reduce travel lane erosion.

Completed road – narrowed to 18′ (from 24′) with 2′-3′ grassed or stone shoulder.


Highway Department Hours: Summer Hours (April 16 – October 31): Monday through Thursday, 6:00am – 4:30pm Winter Hours (November 1 to April 15): Monday through Friday, 7:00am – 3:30pm Highway Department Personnel: Mark French, Road Commissioner Ryan Nolan, Lead Equipment Operator Mark Lehouillier, Equipment & Grader Operator Michael Griggs, Equipment Operator Ken Alexander and Dale Nolan (Seasonal) Yellow Road Grader Large


ASH BORER NOTICE

HAVE YOU SEEN THIS INVASIVE PEST ? If yes, please call Bob Whalen, Hyde Park Tree Warden at 888-2300 or rwhalen@comcast.net as soon as possible so he can confirm the sighting.

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2016 Informational Flyer Partially funded by a grant from the Vermont Urban and Community Forestry Program

Emerald Ash Borer – Hyde Park Preparedness Plan and Report


2015 HYDE PARK ROAD COMMITTEE (Committee completed its work 9/10/15)

(Note: The 2016 Village Roads Working Group is a new committee focusing on developing recommendations for capital investments within the Village of Hyde Park – see VRWG minutes above )

2015 Commitee Minutes September 10, 2015 Selectboard Meeting August 31, 2015 August 17, 2015 August 10, 2015 July 13, 2015 June 8, 2015 May 11, 2015 April 13, 2015 March 9, 2015 February 9, 2015 January 12, 2015 December 8, 2014 November 10, 2014 October 13, 2014 September 8, 2014 August 11, 2014 July 14, 2014 June 23, 2014 May 12, 2014


HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT DOCUMENTS

Uniform Municipal Excess Weight PermitForm Here This form is for either a single or fleet of trucks. Fees and instructions are on the form.

The Uniform Municipal Excess Weight Permit approval shall be effective for no more than a one-year period ending March 31 annually. If a fleet permit, this approval covers all vehicles bearing the registrants name. If the permit is to cover unmarked company trucks, please attach a list to this form giving the year, make, VIN number, maximum weight and registration number. The holder of a permit shall be liable for any damage to highways or bridges per VSA Title 23, Sec. 1400a © and is required to furnish the municipality a valid Certificate of Insurance in the following amounts: a minimum of $100,000/$300,000 Personal Injury Liability Coverage and $100,000 Property Damage Coverage. The Certificate of Insurance must list the Town of Hyde Park, PO Box 98, Hyde Park, VT 05655 as the Certificate Holder. The Certificate of Insurance can be mailed or faxed to (802)888-6878 ATTN: Dawn Slayton.

Highway Access Permit – Driveways & Utilities (19 VSA 1111) 2017 Town Road and Bridge Standards (for private and public roads) 2012 Town Road Acceptance Policy

VTrans ROW Manual 2012 Vermont Complete Streets Guidance Vermont Road and Bridge Standards – January 2013 Private Road Sign Installation Guidelines Trees and Roads – 2013; Guidance from VT Urban and Community Forestry Program

State Vermont Letter; Green River Dam Road – 09-09-2015

Hyde Park Gravel and Paved Roads – April 2015

Power Plant Road – History by Ruth Woodside – April 2015

Private Road Memo to Selectboard – 06-23-2014

04/10/2014 ROAD COMMITTEE MISSION STATEMENT Final Report & Recommendations – 08-31-2015 Final Road List – 08-31-2015