Erie Interceptor Express Sewer

Erie Interceptor Express Sewer

Erie Interceptor Express Sewer

Erie Interceptor Express Sewer

Engineering Department

The Engineering Department provides planning services that preserve the health, safety, and welfare of the community through the application of plans, codes, and ordinances for the City’s best uses of resources and development.

Street Report

For the Week of January 30, 2017

Street Report 1.30.17

Columbia Gas Work Locations:

Cedar, Race, Light & Liberty Streets – (Fishel will be working in these neighborhoods performing restoration on the road and removing old gas mains out of service.)

Anticipated Completion Date: January 31, 2017

 

 

Additional Road Closures (county projects)     Clark County Road Closures

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Permit Applications

Permit Applications

Please Note: Public Right of Way Application can be submitted the following ways:

  1. Download, print and complete the application. Turn in the completed application, with all required documentation , in person, Engineering Department, 2nd Floor, City Hall, 76 E. High Street, Springfield, OH 45502.
  2. Download, print and complete the application. Return to the Engineering Department by email to mmcuistion@springfieldohio.gov or by mail to the City of Springfield, Engineering Department, 76 E. High Street, Springfield, OH 45502.
  3. Download ‘fillable’ PDF form to your desktop and complete. Then, using the ‘Submit’ button, return electronically.

After the application has been received, you will be notified of revisions or amount of payment.

Helpful Resources
Projects Under Construction

Erie Interceptor Express Sewer

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Work continues on the Erie Express Sewer Project. Several crews are working throughout the entire project. Crews are placing 42″ gravity Sewer near the Waste Water Treatment Plant as another is in Snyder Park fusing force main together. Also, crews are working near US Route 40 and Snyder Park placing the bores under the roadway. At the new lift station site, crews continue to remove rock to make way for the construction of the new pump station facility. No roads are closed at this time. Please be aware of construction traffic entering and exiting different areas along the construction route.

  CSO Backwater Valve Project

This project consists of placing flexible backwater flow control valves at various locations along Buck Creek to control the flow of water from the stream into the City’s sewer system during times of high flow in the stream. Locations for this project are at sewer outfalls near Water Street. The J & J Schlaegel Company from Urbana is the contractor for this project.

Springfield Beckley Municipal Airport – Construct New Hangars & Taxilanes

Funding from State of Ohio and Port of Authority. Arcon Builders, LTD will be the contractor on this job. The contractor has started the site work.

CLA – Villa Road, PID 89421

This project consists of adding a center turn land and multi-user trail between Derr Road and Red Coach Drive. Also, a new traffic signal will be installed at Red Coach Drive and Villa Road. In addition, the pavement from Red Coach Drive to Urbana Road will be shaved and paved. This project was awarded to R.B. Jergens Contractors, Inc.

Funded by ODOT and OPWC.

Part 9 - Streets, Utilities, and Public Services Code
Frequently Asked
How do I get a handicap parking space in front of my house? - Please contact the Engineering Department at (937) 324-7313 to inquire about this application process.
Can I connect to city water and sewer? - First contact the Service Department at 937-525-5800 to determine if water and sewer are available in your area. You may be required to pay a connection fee and obtain a permit to work in right of way. Work done on private property may require a plumbing permit from the Clark County Combined Health District.
Who is responsible for maintaining the sidewalk, curb, and gutter around my property? - The property owner is responsible. Per Chapter 903.11 of the Codified Ordinances, every owner of any lot or parcel of land in the City shall keep the sidewalks, curbing, gutters, and driveways in the public right of way in front of and abutting upon such lot or parcel of land constantly in good repair and free from nuisances.
Where can I file a complaint against a contractor? - You may contact the City of Springfield, Community Development Department, Division of Building Regulations at (937) 324-7388 or visit 76 E. High St., 2nd Floor of City Hall, Building Regulations Counter.
Where do you make a complaint regarding debris on the street? - Contact the Code Enforcement Division at (937) 324-7385.
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