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Prairie Village Citizens' "Bill of Rights" for Public Improvement Projects

Here are your rights when public improvement work is done on your street. 

  1. You have the same rights and privileges as your neighbors. All residents will be treated equitably. No preferential treatment will be given to any resident for any reason.
  2. You have the right to have the work performed on your street in a timely, professional manner.
  3. You have the right to have your concerns addressed promptly. The City will address your concerns within 2 work days from the time you contact one of the project representatives. If a problem cannot be immediately taken care of, then the course of action to address your concern will be formulated within that time.
  4. You have the right to live your life in a reasonably normal fashion during construction. The workers are professional, skilled craftspeople who perform their job in a difficult environment. They understand the inconveniences caused by construction and will try to minimize them. Any worker who does not act in a professional manner may be barred from the site by the City.
  5. You have the right to have notice prior to work commencing on your street, having your drive apron removed, and to when new sod in front of your house will become your responsibility. The first notice will be sent out 2 weeks prior to the work commencing.

Citizen Notification of Public Improvement Projects

The City of Prairie Village prides itself on keeping citizens informed. The following is a brief synopsis of the notification process for property owners directly affected by construction: 

    Street Work and Storm Drainage Projects 
    • Notified via letter 2 weeks prior to construction beginning on the street. 
    • Notified via door-hanger 48 hours prior to any work adjacent to your property. 

    Slurry Seal Projects 
    • Notified via door-hanger 48 hours prior. 

    Crack Seal Projects 
    • Notified via door-hanger 24 hours prior.