Contributed by the City of Manassas
City of Manassas, VA . . . On Tuesday, Nov. 19, at 10 a.m., the City of Manassas will cut a ceremonial ribbon on the Main Street Streetscapes project. The public is invited to attend.
This project widened narrow sidewalks from four feet to five and a half to up to 16 feet. This allows for outside dining and improved pedestrian areas. The project added 19 Allee Lacebark Elm and Green Vase Japanese Zelkova trees to the area, and nice looking brick crosswalks at the cross streets. The Main Street Streetscapes project is part of the City’s continuing investment in the Old Town area in an effort to attract visitors and enhance their experience in the City of Manassas.
The Main Street Streetscapes project is a Capital Improvement Plan project with a budget of $1.075 million dollars, with $125,000 going to design costs and $950,000 for construction.
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