Monday, May 21, 2012
Cleveland Heights will repair more than 50 roads this year. Here are the streets the city plans to work on this week.
At the end of March, we told you about the streets Cleveland Heights plans to fix this year. More than 50 are on the list to be repaved or surface treated. This week, seven more streets will be surface treated: Repairs take a day or two per street and about two to three weeks per group, said Alex Mannarino, public works director. Work usually begins on Monday but can be pushed back because of weather. The streets will not be closed off, Mannarino said, but parking can be limited. 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.
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Major work that was scheduled for Monday that would close lanes on Taylor Road is on hold
Updated at 3:15 p.m. Monday, published at 6 a.m. March 26. Phase I traffic pattern changes and major construction scheduled for Monday on Taylor Road have been delayed. The Ohio Department of Transportation sent a press release Friday and wrote that a new start date is not confirmed yet. Crews need to continue preliminary work that began a couple of weeks ago, according to the press release. Construction on the 1.5-mile portion of the road that Mayor Ed Kelley calls the worst in Cuyahoga County was originally scheduled for June 2011. Then it was pushed back to August because officials weren't sure if state money to fix the road would be included in Gov. John Kasich's new budget. Then the project was delayed again. Cleveland Heights and …
Thursday, March 22, 2012
Click "view larger map" in our interactive map to see if your street will be repaved or surface treated in 2012
Public Works Director Alex Mannarino said more than 50 Cleveland Heights streets will be repaved or surface treated starting in April. Below is the list of streets the city will fix in 2012. Check out our interactive map above and select "view larger map" to see the portion of roads the city will work on. Repaved Surface treated Bids went out recently, and Mannarino said the project will be confirmed March 31. The city's budget is usually $1.3 million to $1.4 million a year to take care of road repairs, Mannarino said. Money from the Community Development Block Grant also helps the city take care of its streets. Some repairs are covered in-house, but others are contracted out. Some of the residential streets will take about a day to repair…
Friday, June 3, 2011
Check out the full list of roads getting a face-lift this summer
On May 31, Cleveland Heights Patch published an article informing residents that the city had hired companies to repave and repair about 30 roads across the city during the summer. The city accepted project bids from Karvo Paving at $823,484 and Specialized Construction at $487,124. The money for these projects comes from the city's street repair and construction fund. More than 30 roads are scheduled for work this summer. The list below does not include the separate South Taylor Road construction project. Roads that will receive surface treatments: Berkshire Road Coventry to Norfolk Berkshire Road Norfolk to Euclid Heights Briarwood Road Meadowbrook to Kensington Briarwood Road Cedar to Meadowbrook Canterbury Road Fairmount to …
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
The city will attack some of the worst roads and give them a face-lift
Throughout the summer, orange barrels will become a familiar sight in Cleveland Heights. The city is out to tackle about 30 of the roughest roads and give them a face-lift, said City Manager Robert Downey. At the most recent City Council meeting, members accepted project bids from Karvo Paving at $823,484 and Specialized Construction at $487,124. Karvo will handle resurfacing roads while Specialized Construction will use a surface treatment program, Downey said. The money for these projects comes from the city's street repair and construction fund. "Karvo has 10 streets and Specialized has 20-something," Downey said "They'll all get done during the summer. Some of the streets it's the entire road and on others it's just from here to here…