Mint Hill, NC

Hanging Moss Trail Culvert Replacement Project

In design

The existing culvert underneath Hanging Moss Trail in the Ashe Plantation neighborhood is in need of replacement. The Town has obtained a $1.28M grant from the North Carolina Department of Public Safety to complete this project.

An expert consultant firm (Hazen & Sawyer) has been hired by the Town to design, permit, and monitor construction for this project. Their design work has begun and is anticipated to last through the end of 2023. Constructed is anticipated to begin in the spring of 2024 and last approximately 7-9 months. Residents will occasionally see Town and/or consultant staff at the site taking measurements and recording data for the design. More detailed information will be made available at a later date.
Hanging Moss Weight Restriction Sign
Until the culvert is replaced, a weight restriction will be in place and must be respected by residents and their deliveries. No more than 14 tons may be driven over the culvert. If a heavier load must be driven over the culvert, advance notice must be given to the Town and a determination will be made regarding the safe crossing of the load.

For more information on this project, or to be placed on the project's email distribution list, contact Steve Frey, PE, Town Engineer and Director of Public Works by phone at 704-545-9726 or by using the form below:

Hanging Moss Trail Project Inquiry

Enter your information below to be placed on the Hanging Moss Trail Culvert Replacement Project email distribution list. Your information will not be used for any other purpose.