Greenville street milling, paving projects commence


Projected completion date is Sept. 30

Staff report



GREENVILLE — The City of Greenville has initiated its annual paving of roadways throughout the city. This paving program prioritizes streets to be resurfaced based upon the condition of the asphalt under criteria set forth by the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT).

Walls Brothers Asphalt, located on Hollansburg-Sampson Road in Greenville, was the awarded contractor who will be milling and repaving the streets. The milling operation consists of removing approximately 1.5 to 2 inches of old pavement and replacing it with new asphalt.

It is anticipated there will be some interruptions to the regular flow of traffic where these paving projects will take place. The interruptions will be appropriately marked with signs to alert motorists, and residents in these areas impacted will receive adequate notice prior to the projects commencing. Motorists are asked to use caution as they travel through these construction zones. The paving is to be completed by September 30, 2017.

The proposed projects will not impact any cultural resources, suspect hazardous waste sites or result in substantial impacts to ecological resources. The proposed projects will not result in substantial impacts to the environment either individually or cumulatively.

The complete list of streets to be planed and resurfaced include:

• Buckeye Drive

• Chestnut Street

• Childrens Home-Bradford Road

• Euclid Street (Pine – south terminus)

• East Harmon Drive

• Hickory Drive (East Main – Eastwood)

• Highland Drive (Russ – Sugarmaple)

• Jackson Street (Sater – Fair)

• Oak Street

• Oak Tree Drive (Russ – Highland)

• East Russ Road

• Walnut Street (East Main – north terminus)

• East Water Street

In addition to these paving projects, miscellaneous curb ramp updates conforming to Americans with Disabilities Act standards will be occurring in areas preceding new pavement throughout the city.

Projected completion date is Sept. 30

Staff report