Miamisburg seeks to start new road for Riverfront Park

Plans to improve access to the entrance of Riverfront Park in downtown Miamisburg are moving forward.

The city is looking to hire an engineer to design a two-lane access road for the entrance to the park, the focus of a $10 million master plan approved two years ago.

RELATED: City approves scaled down version of park plan

At that time, street, infrastructure and utility work was projected to cost about $2.1 million. The access road would connect Linden Avenue and Ferry Street – a span of about 1,000 feet - for the park on North Miami Avenue, city documents show.

RELATED: First phase of park plan approved

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Miamisburg City Council Tuesday night is set to address contracting with an engineer for the design work.


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