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City of Norman Major Infrastructure Projects

The City of Norman is investing approximately $150 million in infrastructure improvements to enhance the quality of life in our community, including projects to upgrade our roads, bridges, sidewalks, waterlines, sewerlines, stormwater drainage, and much more.

In order to help our residents stay informed about these projects and also be aware of any traffic-related issues, we have assembled this webpage summarizing the key projects and providing key contacts for additional questions. While not every infrastructure project is summarized here, we have attempted to provide details on those that may cause traffic delays or other disruptions to our residents. Please note, time estimates are approximate and subject to change. Please check back often, as this page will be updated frequently.

View the INTERACTIVE MAP of construction projects here.

Download a PDF of this Map of City of Norman Infrastructure Projects

Project JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC Point of Contact   Latest Updates & Press Releases Current Status
12th Avenue SE Widening Bond Project

Tim Miles

P.R. Feb. 2018

Expected completion is September 2018. Work is substantially complete, punch list items and final clean-up are in progress. 

Substantially complete
24th Avenue East Utility Relocation from Lindsey to Alameda 

Chris Serrano

P.R. Sept 2018

Utility relocation is ongoing in preparation for future road widening.

In progress
James Garners Avenue-Phase 1 (Acres intersection)

Chris Serrano
P.R. August 2018P.R. June 2018 In progress
Lahoma Reconstruction from Gray to Hubert

Tony Mensah Estimated completion is November 2018. In progress
Main Street Bridge over Brookhaven Creek

Chris Serrano
Estimated project completion is June 2019; the bridge is expected to reopen in late November 2018.  In progress

Main Street Streetscape Enhancement Project (Park to James Garner)

Tim Miles

P.R. August 2018P.R. Sept. 2017P.R. April 2017

Estimated completion is September 2018. Final items include completion of colored, stamped asphalt at intersections, punch list items and clean-up. 

Substantially complete

State Highway 9 Multi-modal Trail System (24th to 36th Ave SE)

Mike Rayburn

Estimated completion is late September 2018. Final items include grading, sod installation, and clean-up. 

Substantially complete

If you have questions about a project that is not listed here or another matter, please contact the City of Norman Action Center at (405)366-5396 or email

For information about the progress of Norman Forward projects, visit


June 2018

  • Lindsey Street Landscaping Project

May 2018

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Last Updated: 2018-10-10