Engineering / Road Projects

Arial view of BuffaloThe City of Buffalo engineering department oversees several projects throughout the year to ensure construction standards and engineering criteria are met. These projects include improvements to public streets, public storm sewer, public sanitary sewer and public water main.

City staff will inform residents and the public through newsletters posted on this website page, latest news posts and via all City of Buffalo social media outlets.

The engineering department also provides assistance to the City Council, City staff, Developers and residents.

State Hwy 25 Reconstruction Simulation Video

  1. Craig Boeve

    Engineering/GIS Coordinator

  2. Beth Opheim

    Engineering/GIS Technician



Construction Project Website

City of Buffalo project

Reconstruct Hwy 25 from First St. S to the curve north of Settlers Pkwy in 2023-2024. The $10.8 million project includes updates to city utilities, pedestrian sidewalks and approaches. 

Work operations suspended for the 2023–2024 winter season. Off-road work to occur along the entire project year round.

Construct spring to late summer 2024:

The city will close and reconstruct Hwy 25 between Co. Rd. 12 and Settlers Pkwy.2024 Hwy 25 S Construction Map

    • Co. Rd 12 and Hwy 12 at Montrose. Local traffic to use Settlers Pkwy., Hwy 55, and Second St. S

Access will be maintained for those who live, work or visit; however, expect changes. 

Summary of Work

  • Reconstruct Hwy 25 from First St. S to north of Settlers Pkwy.
  • Install a continuous center left turn lane to improve access
  • Replace underground utilities—water main, sanitary sewer and storm sewer
  • Install sidewalk (8 ft. wide) along the east side of Hwy 25 south of Montrose Blvd. and along the west side north of Montrose Blvd.
  • Install bicycle lane and shoulder (6 ft. wide) along both sides of Hwy 25 south of Second St. S
  • Remove parking along both sides, except on the west side of Sturges Park, to expand the community commons area and open space along the lake between First St. S and Second St. S

 Any questions or concerns may be directed to City of Buffalo Engineer Justin Kannas at