CLINTON — The wheels are being set in to motion for a “rehabilitation project” on parts of 13th Avenue North.

A public hearing has been set and bids are being accepted for a project along the roadway, described in a resolution approved Tuesday by the Clinton City Council as one which “involves full depth concrete road patching along 13th Avenue North between Mill Creek Parkway and the western city limits of Clinton.”

The project, according to the resolution, will be granted 35 working days for completion with a late start date set at April 15, 2018. Work may be able to start as soon as possible, however, once a contract and bond are approved by the city attorney and have been signed by Mayor Mark Vulich and City Clerk Lisa Fredrick, the resolution says.

Another project for the stretch of road is also scheduled in the meantime.

“An estimated 10 emergency level concrete patches must be completed by October 31, 2017,” the resolution says. “These will be identified by city staff, and working days will not be counted during this work.”

A Sept. 12 City Council meeting will feature a public hearing for the improvement project to highlight plans, specifications, form of contract, and an estimate of cost for the construction, according to the resolution. The regular meeting will also allow for city officials to “consider the proposals” received to complete the project.