Public Service Department Projects

April 4, 2019

For any questions regarding upcoming projects, please contact Service Director, Kathy Bartlett at 937-233-1801 ext 226 or kbartlett@riversideoh.gov.

The Service Department issues Right of Way permits for all work within the City’s Right of Way. This means residents planning to reconstruct their drive apron and sidewalk need a right of way permit. In areas of no sidewalk, you still must have a permit to abut to the City’s roadway. If you plan to work on your beyond the sidewalk or right of way, you also need a zoning permit. The fee is $25 for each permit. Please contact Mark Tilley with questions at 937-684-7747.

Upcoming Roadway Projects

Valley Street (East)

This 2022 project (delayed from 2021) consists of milling and filling from just east of Harshman Road to the Eastern Corp. Line. Ohio Public Works Commission (OPWC) funds grant is funding this project.

 Needmore Road

This 2022 project (delayed from 2021) consists of milling and filling from the southern corporation line, north of Brandt Pike to northern corporation line, just south of Old Troy Pike. Currently, ODOT has an intersection improvement project scheduled for next Spring at Old Troy Pike and Needmore Road. Ohio Public Works Commission (OPWC) funds grant is funding this project.

Community Drive

This 2022 project (delayed from 2021) consists of milling and filling from SR 202 to SR 201.

Honeyleaf Way

This 2022 project (delayed from 2021) consists milling and filling from Forest Ridge Boulevard to the City Limit.

West Springfield Street

This 2022 project consists of rehabilitating the roadway from Northcliff to the Harshman Road Ramps. Joints will be replaced and pavement will milled and filled.

Lynnhaven and Meyer joint project with Montgomery County Environmental Services (MCES)

This project consists of MCES replacing waterlines in 2021 on these streets and the City partially reconstructing each street for entire length in 2022. Work that is included consists of milling and filling, curb replacement, some driveway apron replacement, catch basin replacement and tree removal. Ohio Public Works Commission (OPWC) grant partially funds this project.

Eastman Avenue joint project with Montgomery County Environmental Services

This project consists of MCES replacing waterlines in 2021 on these streets and the City improving the entire length in 2022. Work that is included consists of milling and filling, curb replacement, some driveway apron replacement and guardrail replacement. Ohio Public Works Commission (OPWC) grant partially funds this project.

Woodman/Burkhardt Signal Replacement

This project consists of removing the span wire signal and replacing with mast arms. This project is funded 100% with ODOT Safety Program funds.

Woodman/US 35 Interchange

This Fall 2022 project consists of reconstructing this interchange including bridges over US 35 and the bike path. Its purpose is to help relieve congestion and bring the roadway and bridges up to current standards. This project is being funded with an STP grant.

Future Projects

Olentangy Drive Bridge Replacement

This Spring 2024 project includes complete replacement of the 50+ year old Olentangy Drive Bridge/Culvert. Five-foot sidewalk and pedestrian rail will be replaced. The two-span opening will be replaced with a single span opening to help with damming at the inlet. ODOT Municipal Bridge Program grant will partially fund this project.

SR 201, 202 and 835 Urban Paving Program

This 2024 project includes milling and filling the entire lengths of SR 201, 202 and 835. ODOT will fund 80% of this project with the City responsible for 20%.

Spinning-Linden to Eastman

This 2024 project includes milling and filling Spinning Road from Linden Avenue to Eastman Avenue. Some curb replacement and catch basins will be replaced. Surface Transportation Program grant is funding this project.

Woodman Phase 1- US 35 to Eastman

This project consists of totally reconstructing Woodman Avenue from US 35 to Eastman. The new roadway will have a bikeway on the east side and a sidewalk on the east side. A new typical section will include curb and gutter at the pavement edge and a grass median. The roadway will also have lighting. This is the first phase of a five-phase project that begins at US 35 and ends at Springfield Street. Surface Transportation Program grant is funding the majority this project.

 

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