2012 Road Repairs: Street Work Scheduled This Week

Cleveland Heights will repair more than 50 roads this year. Here are the streets the city plans to work on starting this week.

At the end of March, we told you about Cleveland Heights plans to fix this year.

More than 50 are on the list to be repaved or surface-treated, and work is slated to start on nine roads this week.

The following streets will be surface-treated first:

  • Clarence (Noble to Randolph)
  • Lecona (Noble to Randolph)
  • Medford (Noble to Randolph)
  • Nobleshire (Noble to Randolph)
  • Northampton (Quilliams to Cambridge)
  • Randolph (Quilliams to Woodview)
  • Roanoke (Northampton to Noble)
  • Vineshire (Noble to Randolph)
  • Woodview (Noble to Randolph)

Repairs take a day or two per street and about two to three weeks per group, said Alex Mannarino, public works director. Work was supposed to begin Monday but was pushed back because of weather.

Look for more road work updates throughout the orange barrel season, and click on the interactive map above to view all streets the city plans to fix.

Karl D. White May 08, 2012 at 06:54 PM
Delaware Drive is in need of resurfacing and repair.
Karl D. White May 08, 2012 at 06:55 PM
The Patch is very informative and I look forward to the updates on street and road repairs. Thanks!
Michelle Simakis May 08, 2012 at 07:27 PM
Thanks, Karl! And thank you for reading.
Michelle Simakis May 08, 2012 at 07:30 PM
Here's a link to our other article that lists all 50 streets to be repaired this year: http://clevelandheights.patch.com/articles/more-than-50-streets-will-be-resurfaced Delaware from Cedar to North Park will be surface treated.
Harry Heights July 07, 2012 at 02:28 AM
The street repairs are sub par. They barely graded the streets, patched pot holes, then covered the streets in tar, dropped gravel and ran over it with a steam roller. It smells horrible more than two weeks later. I wish they would have used white concrete, no smell, reflects sun so it is much cooler. Instead we get industrial waste dumped across a city that used to care about the environment.


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