Excerpts from the DailyHerald.com:

Repairs and upgrades to several Streamwood facilities are part of $4 million in capital projects recently approved by the village board that include work on one fire station, the village hall’s basement restrooms, and two village maintenance garages. Work is expected to begin in the coming weeks. Funds for the project were earmarked as part of multiyear plan to refurbish facilities that began in 2016.

The sanitary sewer system will be upgraded in a fire station that was built in 1991. Work will involve a fair amount of concrete work as the floor must be removed to access pipes.

Renovations will also include some reconfiguration and adding individual bunks plus individual bathrooms. The station currently has one large room to house all firefighters. This will follow the concept of the new Fire Station No. 31 which opened April 1.

The projects are expected to be completed by 2022.