The City is constantly looking for ways to improve the City of Springdale for safety, traffic congestion, and functionality, along with keeping the City beautiful. Matching our funds with grant and loan funding helps us to maximize the invested dollars to the community benefit.
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Last Updated: April 21, 2017:
Pavement repairs will begin along West Sharon Road, between Ballinger and Springfield Pike starting April 24, 2017. Flaggers will be stationed along the roadway to allow traffic to pass as work is completed. Motorist should use caution in this area and be prepared to stop. Delays should be expected with traffic volume on this section of road.
Work continues along Springfield Pike, between Crescentville Rd and I-275. Motorist should use caution and respect all temporary work signage as we complete this project as safe as possible.
No Parking signs will be posted on Cameron Road and Naylor Court to allow the contractor to begin to remove concrete curb starting on April 17, 2017. Motorist should use caution and respect all temporary work signage as we complete this project as safe as possible.
No Parking signs will be posted on Whallon and Bernhart Court to allow the contractor to install storm pipe and structures starting on April 12, 2017.
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The City will look to extend existing pavement useful life this year by performing partial and full depth asphalt patches, applying crack sealer, and installing a mastic sealer over the entire roadway surface. The mastic sealer is similar to a driveway sealer that is specially formulated to public roadway surfaces to not track in driveways and to help seal up fine hair type cracks in the pavement surface. Streets in the Springdale Terrace, Springdale Park, and Heritage Hill subdivision will all see this type of pavement preservation to help extend the life of the existing pavement.
Starting the week of April 24, contractors will begin to perform pavement repairs in the Glenview subdivision and along Sharon Road.
The service road off of Springfield Pike (State Route 4) will begin to see construction crews working in the area starting on April 24th. Work includes the replacement of the concrete service road apron and a new asphalt paving surface.
The pavement surface along West Kemper Road from Springfield Pike to Kenn Road is in need of minor pavement repairs along both the east and west bound directions. During the summer of 2017, crews will perform both partial and full depth repairs prior to a final asphalt surface is installed. The street will remain open to traffic in both directions until crews begin working. Once work begins, flaggers will be used to maintain traffic during work in these areas.
Work begun on March 27, 2017. Saw cutting took place in advance of removal of concrete curbs. Crews started on April 14th to rebuild catch basins in this area. Curb removal is planned to start on April 17th. Residents are asked to respect all temporary "No Parking" sign postings. Once the old curbs have been removed, crews will begin installing new curbs with a paver machine. Crews will also be making necessary repairs to the pavement in the form of corrective patches to address areas of failure in the pavement. Following the installation of the curbs and asphalt pavement repairs, a new final course of asphalt will be installed throughout the entire area. Work will be complete by October of 2017.
Some residents have been notified that their apron is in need of replacement per the City of Springdale's Code of Ordinance. If you received a letter and plan to make the improvements yourself, please follow this link to the driveway apron permit. Driveway apron permits are accepted by the Springdale Building Department during the hours of 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Monday through Friday. Once approved, you will be contacted to pickup your permit to allow work to begin.
Reconstruction of the catch basin structures began on March 27, 2017. Old bricks and the catch basin castings were removed and are being replaced with new castings and final brick work. Catch basin work is nearly complete as of April 14th. Work will continue with some minor asphalt patches to be done on the pavement in the neighborhood. Once the pavement repairs are complete, a final asphalt layer will be placed on the roadway along with new pavement markings. Work will be complete by October of 2017.
Construction began on March 29, 2017 with layout and saw cutting of the pavement. Construction crews started on Wednesday, April 12th installing storm system components along Whallon Court. Storm work on Whallon Court and Bernhart have been completed. All work in this area is temporary and crews will soon be onsite to begin installation of curbs throughout this area of the project, removal of existing concrete curbs, and replacement with new concrete curbs. After the completion of the storm work and curb replacement, the street will receive a new asphalt pavement surface. The work is scheduled to be completed by October of 2017.
An additional lane will be added to further aid traffic access to I-275 as traffic heads south along Route 4. The City of Springdale partnered with Ohio Department of Transportation to make this project possible from a funding and construction standpoint. The project has been contracted with local contractor Barrett Paving for the ramp modifications.
ODOT has confirmed that work will begin on April 3, 2017. Construction crews will be onsite working outside of the existing roadway during the daylight hours. Any work that may impact traffic will take place during evening hours. Nighlty lane closures will take place to help ensure a safe working environment for the construction crews.
New highway lighting electrical conduit has been installed. Storm sewer improvements have been completed. The contractor has begun to start grading activities and will begin to layout for the installation of the concrete curb.
Springdale has partnered with Ohio Department of Transportation to pave Springfield Pike from Cameron Road to Glensprings Drive. This partnership is through the ODOT Urban Paving Program which allows local municipalities to pave streets through thier jurisdiction while sharing the cost with ODOT. The scope of work includes some minor pavement repairs, installation of a new asphalt driving surface, and new line striping. This work will be bid in late spring with construction begining in August of 2017.
Starting in December, Springdale residents in the area of Cloverdale Drive will be impacted by a watermain replacement project. This project was brought to the City by Greater Cincinnati Water Works (GCWW) as part of an infrastructure upgrade to the existing watermains that service this area of Springdale. GCWW will be contacting affected residents once the contractor has been selected. The project includes the installation of new watermains and fire hydrants, removal of existing fire hydrants, and reconnection of existing home service lines to the newly installed mains. Disconnection and reconnection to the water service will be coordinated through GCWW.
This work will begin in May of 2017 and is expected to be completed in the Fall of 2017. Once the watermain project is completed, the City and GCWW will perform a final grind and pave of all streets in the subdivision. The final paving associated with this project is scheduled for the Spring of 2018.
The City contracted with local demolition contractor O'Rourke Wrecking for the complete demolition and grading of the site at the former Sheraton Hotel. Crews worked over the summer and fall to remove all of the environmental hazards to allow for demolition to commence. Following the demolition of the building, the site will be regraded and seeded. The City plans to sell the property to a developer that best represents the City's future vision for this site.
O'Rourke Wrecking has re-mobilized to the site of the former Sheraton Hotel site and plans to begin demolition activities during the week of April 17th. Work has begun on the lower areas of the hotel. A crane will be onsite to do the removal of the high rise section of the building with a wrecking ball. This work is anticipated to be completed by the fall of 2017.
Many projects exist within the City of Springdale that we are currently evaluating for safety, traffic capacity, and future needs. These projects are in the development stages with regard to funding, engineering, and timeframe
Ross Park bridge replacement
Jake Sweeney Pl. Improvements
Beacon Hills Subdivision Improvements
Glensprings Drive Improvements
Annual Summer Street Program
West Kemper Rd - Lawnview to Princeton Pike Pavement Preservation (2016)Oxford Hills subdivision - Pavement Preservation (2016)West Kemper Rd. - Walnut to Lawnview Improvements (2015)Boggs Lane Improvements (2015)Kenn Rd. Improvements (2014)Woodvale Ct. and Ashmore Ct. Reconstruction (2014)2013 Summer Street ImprovementsState Route 4 - Sharon Rd. to Cameron Rd Urban Paving (2013)Century Boulevard Reconstruction (2012)Merchant Street (2012)2012 Summer Street ImprovementsSignal Upgrade Project (2011)Phase II Beaver Run Riparian Restoration Project (2011)Northland Boulevard (2010)
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