Wednesday, February 18, 2015

City of Greenville to Discuss Improvements to North Broadway

Greenville, Ohio – The City of Greenville has recently began the design phase for a series of roadway projects to occur in the public right-of-way of North Broadway from the traffic circle to Russ Road. These collective improvements will include a new surface asphalt, replacement/installation of curb & sidewalk, and the addition of storm drainage appurtenances. The construction of these projects is anticipated to occur throughout 2017-2018.

The proposed projects will not impact any cultural resources, suspect hazardous waste sites or result in substantial impacts to ecological resources. The proposed projects will not result in substantial impacts to the environment either individually or cumulatively. The projects will inevitably include the removal of select trees within the right-of-way that currently impact the infrastructure or if they will hamper the construction activities.

During construction, a detour will be maintained for commercial traffic use as well as residences and businesses will remain accessible at all times. The final project is expected to be completed no sooner than July 1, 2018. The preliminary construction costs is estimated at $2.20M. A Public Involvement Meeting will be held for any affected and interested residents at 7:00 pm, February 26, 2015 at The Greenville Missionary Church. Questions and/or comments regarding this project may also be submitted by April 1, 2015, to:

Curt Garrison
City of Greenville Safety Service Director
(937) 548-1819

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