Public Service Department Projects for 2021

April 4, 2019

Public Service Department Projects for 2021:

Paint striping

  • Needmore/Harshman/Woodman

2021 Paving Program:

  • Needmore Road
  • Valley Street (east of Harshman Road)
  • Community Drive
  • Honeyleaf Way
  • Spot Mill & Fills on Linden Avenue and Burkhardt Road
  • Airway East & West Rejuvenating Agent

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.

Additional Projects:

Woodman/Burkhardt Signal Replacement
This project is funded 100% by Highway Safety Improvement Program funds in the amount of $465,000. This location is a high accident intersection as listed by MVRPC.

West Airway Road

This project consists of milling and resurfacing Road from Woodman Drive to the West City Corporation Line. Pavement repairs, some storm sewer replacement and curb replacement in included. Also includes widening to accommodate bike lanes and an upgraded traffic signal. Design is complete and right of way is being acquired. Construction is to begin late 2019. Cost of the project is $2.9 million. Surface Transportation Program Funds of $1.3 million have been secured, along with $619,000 Highway Safety funds and $468,000 Ohio Public Works Commission funds. Riverside is responsible for the remaining $370,000.

East Springfield Street

This project consists of milling and resurfacing East Springfield Street from Harshman Avenue to the East City Corporation Line. Pavement repairs, some storm sewer replacement and curb replacement in included. Also includes new street lighting and upgraded traffic signals. The number of lanes will be reduced from 4 to three with the addition of bike lanes from Harshman Avenue to Centennal Blvd. Plans are under design and right of way is being acquired. Construction is to begin late 2020. Cost of the project is $3.6 million. Surface Transportation Program Funds of $912,000 have been secured. Riverside is responsible for the remaining $2,718,000.

West Springfield Street

This project consists of milling and resurfacing West Springfield Street from Northcliff Street to Old Harshman Road. Pavement repairs, some storm sewer replacement and curb replacement in included. Also includes new street lighting and upgraded traffic signals. The number of lanes will be reduced from 4 to three with the addition of bike lanes. Plans are under design and right of way will be acquired soon. Construction is to begin in early 2022. Cost of the project is $2.3 million. Surface Transportation Program Funds of $1.8 million have been secured. Riverside is responsible for the remaining $490,000.

Woodman Drive/US 35 Interchange Reconstruction

This project consists of a modification of the US 35 and Woodman Drive Interchange into a Tight Urban Diamond Interchange (TUDI). The project includes relocating the eastbound ramps and deck replacement of existing Woodman Drive structures over US 35 and over Creekside Trail with minimal approach work on Woodman Drive. Also the westbound ramps would be widened and realigned. Construction is to begin in 2024. Cost of the project is $13.5 million. State and Federal funds of $12.8 million have been secured. Riverside is responsible for the remaining $674,100.

 

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