Watertown engineers are planning to rehabilitate the Court Street bridge and a major stretch of surrounding roads.
City Engineer Justin Wood says the project has been talked about for several years, but now plans are in the works.
Engineers will work on repaving the bridge on Court Street, which would involve milling and paving work.
They also want to work on Coffeen and Massey streets, and add pedestrian signals there.
The public is invited to attend an information meeting Wednesday night to review the designs that engineers have in store.
"It's going to be refined over the next several months and any feedback we get from the public, we want to consider that as we wrap up the design phase," said Wood.
Federal funds are secured for the project and Wood anticipates a construction bid to go out in 2020.
The meeting will be held Wednesday at 6 p.m. at Watertown City Hall.