The ribbon has been cut on a three-year, $5.7 million dollar Sioux City neighborhood construction project.
City officials, residents and engineers cut the ribbon Thursday at 'The Heights', a Sioux City northside neighborhood.
Officials say the project had six phases, which included updated infrastructure like pavement, underground utilities, street-side amenities and sidewalks along 7,000 feet of streets.
Residents say they are excited about the finished project.
"This has been a great result with historic lighting and the whole neighborhood feels very nice and quaint. We got brick sidewalks crossing the streets and you can meander through the neighborhood at this point where before, you couldn't take a walk, you were in the middle of the street," said Dan Dykstra, The Heights resident.
'The Heights' neighborhood was established in 1913.