ENGLEWOOD — The city of Englewood is in the process of repaving several residential streets as part of its annual street maintenance program.
In July 2016 a total of 25 residential streets were repaved at a cost of $400,000. This year, in addition to residential street repaving, a contract with the Ohio Department of Transportation will provide for the repaving of State Route 48 (Main Street).
Main Street from Union-Phillipsburg Road 3.6 miles south to I-70 is being repaved with $1.8 million in aid from the Ohio Department of Transportation and the Ohio Public Works Commission. Englewood, Union and Clayton cooperated on a grant application, which will pay the required local share of this project.
This year residential streets targeted for resurfacing include:
Old Salem Rd.
Tate (S. Walnut to Cul-de-sac)
Waste Water Treatment Plant (Outside the Fence)
Water Treatment Plant
The John R. Jurgensen Company is performing the paving work in Englewood as well repaving several streets in the city of Clayton.