Sarpy County and Bellevue will share the cost to design 36th Street improvements.
The Sarpy County Board of Commissioners today unanimously agreed to pay for 50 percent of the preliminary design work for 36th Street from approximately Highway 370 to Cornhusker Road.
“36th Street is an important north-south corridor for both Sarpy County and Bellevue, so we’re happy to partner on the design,” Commissioner Don Kelly said.
The preliminary design costs are estimated at $751,000, meaning both Sarpy and Bellevue will pay $375,500. The Bellevue City Council is set to consider the agreement on Oct. 1.
Also at the meeting, Commissioners:
- approved subdivision agreements and final plats for two new residential subdivisions, Remington West and Bridgeport.
- honored retiring Sarpy County Sheriff’s Deputy Dave Martens.