2018 Annual Residential Streetlight Project
The Village of Bensenville (Village) conducted a community wide survey back in 2013. The results of the survey indicated an overwhelming desire for the Residential Street Lighting. The Village has successfully performed residential streetlight project over the last 3 years. These projects were well received by the residents in the area. This year, the Village will be extending similar improvements in your neighborhood. The Village applied for and received funding for this project through the DuPage County Community Development Block Grant Program.
As part of this project, the Village will install forty-seven (47) decorative LED street lights within the project area. The fixtures will be placed approximately 150-200 feet apart and would be on alternate sides of the roadways, where possible. The poles will be 12.5 feet tall with a 32-inch tall lighting fixture at the top. The purpose of the streetlights is to provide just enough lighting along the street to enhance safety of the pedestrians and motorists. Read The Full Project Information Letter
Update May 10, 2019
The project is substantially completed as of 4-24-19. We’re now awaiting ComEd to energize the controllers and install the meters. We don’t have the timeframe for that yet.
Update May 2, 2019
The project is substantially completed as of 4-24-19. We’re now awaiting ComEd to energize the controllers and install the meters. We don’t have the time frame for that yet.
Update April 19, 2019
During the week of April 15, the contractor installed all three controllers. The Village has reached out to ComEd to energize the controllers but a date hasn’t been set. Due to unavailability of the topsoil at the moment, the contractor hasn’t yet begin the restoration. Weather permitting, during the week of April 22, the contractor may or may not be onsite depending on the availability of topsoil.
Update April 12, 2019
During the week of April 8, the contractor installed light fixtures in the beginning of the week. Al light poles and fixtures have now been installed. The contractor is awaiting delivery of the controllers so those can be installed. Due to unavailability of the topsoil at the moment, the contractor hasn’t yet begin the restoration. During the week of April 15, weather permitting, the contractor hopes to receive and install all three controllers for the project.