I don’t have sidewalk now adjacent to my property. Why did I receive a Sidewalk Improvement Notice?

In addition to the criteria for replacing deficient sidewalk, the city commission also authorized the installation of new sidewalks adjacent to properties currently not providing 5 foot wide concrete sidewalks. This fulfills the City’s master plans and non-motorized plan of a complete walkable community, to continue to expand the sidewalk network so that pedestrians can traverse to all areas and access all properties safely.

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1. Why does the city have a sidewalk improvement program?
2. Why do I have to pay for the city's sidewalk?
3. Can I hire a contractor or do the work myself?
4. How can I add additional concrete paving work?
5. When will I be billed for the sidewalk work?
6. How can I pay the sidewalk bill over a longer period of time?
7. I don’t have sidewalk now adjacent to my property. Why did I receive a Sidewalk Improvement Notice?
8. What if I disagree with the number or selection of sidewalk panels to be replaced?
9. How long will the construction take?
10. Some of the sidewalk squares are in my driveway. How can I get in and out during the construction?
11. What about my yard sprinkler system adjacent to the sidewalk?
12. What if the sidewalk has been tilted, raised or affected by adjacent tree roots?