21st Century Infrastructure


The City of Green Bay Department of Public Works has set a goal in 2020 to resurface or reconstruct approximately 31,000 to 34,000 lineal feet of roadway each year. This effort focuses mainly on residential streets and can be supplemented on major streets by grants provided by the federal government or Wisconsin Department of Transportation. The interactive map shows the streets recently reconstructed and resurfaced as well as those proposed to be addressed in our current 5-year Capital Improvement Program. (CIP).

The breakdown of the Roads Resurfaced or Reconstructed is as follows:


Want to know your streets rating? The City of Green Bay Pavement & Alley Ratings interactive map shows the most recent road rating for every segment within the City. City staff assesses the condition of each street every two years (odd-numbered years). The street segment is given a numerical rating, using industry standardized rating criteria, ranging from a condition of 1 (completed degraded) to 10 (brand new street).


In addition, the City has repaired several City bridges. 

CityDeck Bridge Lighting


  • Redecking the Wiesner Street Pedestrian Bridge


  • Redecking East Mason Street over East River
  • Ray Nitschke Memorial Bridge – Tail lock repairs and center lock repairs


  • Ray Nitschke Memorial Bridge – Gate arm replacement 
  • Atkinson Drive Bridge over CN Rail – Expansion joint replacement 
  • Monroe Avenue Bridge over East River – Expansion joint replacement (northbound)


  • Baird Creek Pedestrian Bridge – new bridge to connect the trail on both sides of the creek
  • East River Pedestrian Bridge – Redeck 
  • Ashland Avenue Bridge over former CN Rail – Expansion joint replacement 
  • Monroe Avenue Bridge over East River – Expansion joint replacement (southbound) 
  • Taylor Street Bridge over Beaver Dam Creek (WisDOT project) – Bridge replacement

Baird Creek Pedestiran Bridge 1


In 2022, the City completed dock wall renovations at Leicht Memorial Park. This improvement allowed the City the ability to accept the first cruise ship to dock for two overnight stops in the heart of Downtown Green Bay. Many more cruise ships are expected to dock there in the future.