Moving toward the 2023-24 reconstruction of Highway 75 in Sioux Center, the City of Sioux Center is seeking public input with a survey focused on streetscape design and safety.
The city continues to work with the Iowa DOT, DGR Engineering, and Confluence toward a design to reconstruct Highway 75 as an enhanced 4-lane roadway. The anticipated plan includes two lanes of travel in each direction with medians and a center turn lane. The city is seeking public input as it works to design a corridor that will safely serve the community, offer safe use for pedestrians, and demonstrate Sioux Center’s character to all travelers.
Working with landscape architecture and planning firm Confluence, the city is seeking public input through a Highway 75 survey. The survey feedback will contribute to master planning for the Highway 75 corridor in Sioux Center. This is part of phase 1 of the master planning process, and additional opportunities for public information and response are anticipated.
The survey is being delivered to homes with monthly utility bills and is available online. The English online survey is at www.siouxcenter.org/75survey. The Spanish online survey is at www.siouxcenter.org/encuesta75. Residents are asked to complete and return the survey by May 25 to be included in the planning process.
“We’re really focused on making this a safety-centered roadway that will improve daily travel and give you another reason to love living in Sioux Center,” said Utilities Manager Murray Hulstein. “Thanks for taking time to share feedback.”