The annual Street Improvement Program for Washington Twp. will involve nearly eight miles of road and includes 23 residential streets and one collector street, Normandy Lane. The projects will cost an estimated $1.2 million.
Resurfacing is expected to use 11,955 tons of asphalt, enough to pave just under four acres with a foot of asphalt, according to Public Works Director Mike Wanamaker.
As part of the program, Normandy Lane will be resurfaced from Miamisburg-Centerville Road to Paragon Road. The project is shared with the Centerville, with Washington Twp. taking the lead.
Normandy is located solely in the township from Paragon to south of Tours Lane, but the rest of the Normandy project includes sections in Centerville.
“In addition to the Street Improvement Program, work is planned to stabilize the road base on a section of Seton Hill Street from Wellesley Way to Whipp Road,” Wanamaker said.
He added that the estimated total cost for the 2020 Street Improvement Program is $1,208,881.
The Street Improvement program includes:
Eagle Creek Drive, Fox Run Road, Trentwood Circle, Tweed Circle, Current Court, Provincetown Road, Burgundy Lane, Tarryton Road, Garrison Court
Street Resurfacing will include:
Jenny Lane, Paddington Road, Banbury Road, from Waterloo Road to Paddington, Enfield Road, Cheltenham Drive, Cotswold Drive, Kirkstone Drive, Winchcombe Drive, Ashford Drive, Cardigan Road, Heidi Court, Grantland Drive, south of Rahn Road, Wellesley Way and Southbridge Lane.
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