Work began Tuesday on the annual Street Improvement Program for Washington Township. A total of 19 streets are being paved this summer, including 16 neighborhood streets, one collector road, and two commercial streets.
In total, the program will use an estimated 14,600 tons of asphalt, according to Public Works Director Mike Wanamaker. About 7,500 feet of curb also will be repaired.
Commercial streets include sections of Paragon Road and Lyons Road. Paragon is being resurfaced from State Route 725 to Congress Park Drive, and Lyons is receiving a coat of asphalt from State Route 725 to immediately east of Yankee Street.
The collector street, Spring Valley Pike, is being resurfaced from Washington Church Road east to the City of Centerville corporation line.
The township also is paving nearby Old Spring Valley Court, a neighborhood street east of the intersection of Spring Valley and Yankee Street.
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Five Things to Know About the Washington Township Street Improvement Program:
• 16 neighborhood streets
• one collector street
• two commercial streets
• About 7,500 feet of curb
• A total of about 14,600 tons of asphalt