Dig In Midland: Downtown’s Streetscape Redevelopment Project

Dig In Midland is a streetscape redevelopment project designed to improve the safety of Main Street and add more space for outdoor events, dining and shopping. Construction began in June 2017 and is expected to be completed in late fall 2017. During construction, you’ll still be able to enjoy everything you love about downtown Midland, including shopping, dining and events.

Current News

September 7, 2017:

The sidewalk crossing across Rodd Street on the northern side of Main Street will be temporarily closed this morning for removal. Sidewalks will also be closed down the northern side of Main to Townsend for removal today. The crosswalk across Main on the eastern side of Townsend will remain open.

Pedestrians walking from the east end into downtown should use Larkin Street from Townsend to McDonald.

REMEMBER: Rodd Street between Larkin and Main has been temporarily made a two-way street to allow for access to street parking.


Check out the most recent video update (as of August 14, 2017).


REMINDER: Motorists accessing M-20 are highly encouraged to use Rodd Street to Indian Street to Jerome Street to access M-20. Motorists using Larkin Street to access M-20 will experience long wait times.


Check out a bird’s eye view of our construction progress (as of July 24, 2017) from our project management firm OHM Advisors. 


Check out the photo gallery from our Dig In Midland Construction Kickoff Event on June 14!

 

Click here to read more about the Dig In Midland project