Capital Projects

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The Town of Mount Airy contracts with numerous companies for projects such as:
  • Heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) maintenance
  • Pump stations
  • Re-paving roads
  • Sidewalks / curbs / gutters
  • Stormwater pond rehabilitation and upgrades
  • Water / wastewater treatment rehabs
  • Other projects
Recent bid awards and upcoming bids are listed on the Bids page.

Twin Ridge Stormwater Management Pond

The Twin Ridge (Deer Hollow) Stormwater Management Pond will be excavated to hold more volume to meet the State of Maryland's mandated stormwater mitigation requirements. This facility is designed to stay wet year round with eco-friendly plantings and the dual-pond will be combined into one larger pond. See the drawing link above for a plan view of the proposed pond. 

East West Stormwater Management Pond

The East West Stormwater Management Pond is a newly constructed stormwater facility to assist in meeting the State of Maryland's mandated stormwater mitigation requirement. The facility is designed to stay wet year round. Residents should be aware of numerous truck trips and hauling of dirt through East West Park, Rising Ridge Rd and West Ridgeville. See drawing link above for a plan view of the proposed pond. 

Center Street Water Main Replacement

The Town is updating the water main from Center Street to MD27 from a 6-inch water main to a 12-inch water main. This upgrade will also include an upgrade to the water main on Cross Street. Residents should be aware that this project will result in some lane closures temporarily on Center and Cross Street. See the drawing link above for a plan view of the proposed project. 

Inclusive Playground at Watkins Park

The Town is adding a new addition to Watkins Park! The old skate park will be transformed into a play area all ages can enjoy. With new, unique jungle gym attractions including a giant Berliner, swiveling cozy cocoons, a cornhole area, and a new pavilion for safely distanced friends and family gatherings. Press on the link above to view a plan for the proposed park.