Town Projects

The Town of Mooresville has projects either in the study, planning, and design phases, or actively under construction in each of the program areas listed below. Select the links to the program areas to learn more about the status of the projects.

Liberty Park

Liberty Park is set for a multi-phased renovation, which began in 2019. Phase I is scheduled for completion in March 2020. The project budget is $2,518,825 for Phase I, with Phase II currently in the Master Planning stage. The major aspects of the renovation are:

  • New band shell and performance area
  • New green space and walking path
  • New entrance to the park from Church Street
  • Veterans promenade and art installation
  • Liberty Park Rendering

 Mill Village Sidewalk & Utilities (2014 GO Bond)
  •  Construction in phases, which began in 2017. 
  • New sidewalk, curb & gutter to promote pedestrian walkability and also connectivity to the Downtown area.
  • Estimated cost is approximately $3,242,675 for new sidewalk, curb & gutter in both phases.
  • Replace aging or undersized water and sewer lines.
  • Estimated Utility Fund Cost: $3,855,000 for both phases.
  • Total Bonded Cost: $2,504,804
  • Design plans have been completed for Phase II, and cost estimate is approximately $4 million. Staff will be bidding this project in the Fall of 2021 with the hopes of construction to begin in Spring of 2022.
  • Mill Village Sidewalk Concept Plan

 Mooresville School Network Sidewalk (2014 GO Bond)
  • New Sidewalk connecting Mooresville Middle School and Kistler Farm Road communities with Bellingham Park and Fieldstone/Magnolia Sidewalk Network.
  • Status: Design phase is complete, construction to begin March 2, 2020. Milling and paving is complete on White Oaks, Bellingham, and Whispering Oaks and Briarcliff Road has reopened as of November 20, 2020.
  • Estimated Cost: $5,220,396.50
  • Committed CMAQ Funding: $3,551,996
  • Total Bonded Cost: $1,668,400.50
  • Mooresville School Network Sidewalk Concept Plan  

 NC 115/Faith Road Intersection Improvements (2014 GO Bond)
  • Realignment of existing intersection for improved traffic flow along with new left turn lanes on all legs of the intersection.
  • Project released for bidding on March 15, and bids are due back on April 14. Project should relaunch in June 2022.
  • Estimated Construction Cost: $1,566,231.55
  • Committed CMAQ Funding: $1,883,625
  • Total Bonded Cost: $1,194,631
  • NC 115/Faith Road Concept Plan

West Wilson Avenue Improvements
  • Status: Construction for this project is expected to begin the week of May 10.
  • Improvements are from Glynwater Drive to Broad Street, including new curb, storm drainage, and a concrete pedestrian path along West Wilson Avenue. The pedestrian pathway will start at Glynwater Drive at 10 feet wide, and transition to eight-foot wide at Hillside Drive, and down to a five-foot wide sidewalk at Academy Street. It will also include two bridges that will assist users over the creek.
  • Two traffic signals will be added in the project, one at West Wilson and Lowrance Avenues, and the other at West Wilson Avenue and Academy Street.
  • Estimated Cost: $4.62 million

 Dye Creek Greenway
  • Status: Project was awarded $3,022,432 in Supplemental Discretionary Funds from CRTPO. Design plans and permitting complete, but plans will require additional review due to federal funding. Construction has been delayed by NCDOT budget issues.
  • New greenway from Bellingham Park to Johnson Dairy Road.
  • Estimated Cost: $3,500,000

 East-West Connector (Phase I)
 2021-05-18 U6239 Overall Map
  • New roadway connecting Langtree Road to N.C. 115, including realignment of existing Transco Road and new rail crossing at N.C. 115.
  • Four-lane with divided median and multi-use paths.
  • Preliminary Engineering in progress, with right-of-way scheduled to complete in 2021-2022.
  • Construction scheduled to begin mid-2022 and completed in winter 2024.
  • Estimated cost: $21,731,000.