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Manchester Road Renewal Projects

As Brentwood looks forward to its second century, we're working on ambitious plans. 

In January 2017, the City of Brentwood commissioned a team of consultants to evaluate and recommend a comprehensive citywide development plan to renew the Manchester Road corridor. In May 2017, the Board of Aldermen approved three projects for implementation.

Manchester Road Renewal Project Overview

These projects are designed to ensure and enhance the City of Brentwood's vibrancy for many years to come.

Deer Creek Flood Mitigation Project
The Deer Creek Flood Mitigation Project involves the planning, design and construction of improvements to the Deer Creek Channel. This project aims to alleviate ongoing flooding problems located along Deer Creek and work to protect affected properties from the 100-year flood plain and more frequent flooding.

Flood Mitigation Studies

Manchester Road Resurfacing Project

The Manchester Road Resurfacing Project is a Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) project focusing on pedestrian and vehicular improvements to Manchester Road within the city limits of Brentwood. This 1.5-mile project, anticipated to begin in 2020, will consist of a mill and overlay of the existing asphalt pavement; replacement of the existing concrete gutter with curb and gutter; partial access management of existing business entrances; and pedestrian improvements to sidewalks, pedestrian signals and pedestrian crossings. In conjunction with the MoDOT project, the City of Brentwood is studying ways to improve the overall appearance of Manchester Road, a vital commercial corridor.

MoDOT Manchester Road Resurfacing Project

Manchester Road Corridor Brochure

Rogers Parkway Connector Project
The Rogers Parkway Connector Project involves planning, design and construction of a connection between the City of Brentwood’s Rogers Parkway and the Great Rivers Greenway’s (GRG) Deer Creek Greenway. In partnership with GRG, the City of Brentwood aspires to connect its residents to the surrounding larger community, while at the same time sharing Brentwood’s wonderful park and open space amenities with the region.