SPRINGFIELD, OH (April 8, 2019) — Springfield City Commission will vote Tuesday night on a proposal to authorize more than $2 million for the 2019 Neighborhood Street Paving Program.
If passed, the legislation will authorize $2,062,024.09 to contract with A&B Asphalt Corporation.
“The people of Springfield passed a levy in 2017 with the expectation that we would use those dollars to improve neighborhood streets, and we take that commitment seriously,” said Springfield City Manager Bryan Heck. “We are dedicated to the task of doing all we can to better the lives of our residents by improving neighborhoods and maintaining our infrastructure.”
The project includes pavement repair, pulverization and resurfacing, as well as curb ramp installation. The streets in the project include:
- East Ward Street
- El Camino Drive
- Fulton Avenue
- Kenwood Avenue
- Nagley Street
- Olympic Street
- Perrin Avenue
- Rutland Avenue
- Springmont Avenue
- Vester Avenue
In addition to this project the City will also be reconstructing Belmont Avenue (between Home Road and McCreight) and East Harding Road (between Fountain Avenue and Limestone Street) this year, as well as paving Cliff Park Drive. Also, Middle Urbana Road will be completed this spring.
City Commission meets at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 9, in the City Hall Forum.