The City of Kettering partners with Wright State University every two years to conduct a Kettering Resident Satisfaction Survey.  Emails with a link to the online survey went out yesterday from Carol Murray, our partner at Wright State, to a randomly selected group of Kettering residents.  If you received an email it is a valid survey and we appreciate you taking the time to provide your feedback.

Asphalt Overlay 2017

Status Update:

August 11, 2017: The contractor is complete with the 2017 asphalt program.

August 3, 2017:  The contractor will be complete with the paving of Kettering streets by this Saturday, August 5th, depending on the weather.  They are paving the intersection of County Line Road and Research Park today and will also finish with Wagner Road by the end of today, Thursday August 3rd.

July 28, 2017:  The contractor will be begin milling in the SE section of Kettering (Glenheath & Parklawn, west of Wilmington, Woodwell, Marcus, Rawnsdale, Gateway and Wagner) starting Wednesday July 26th and then move into the NE section (Tabor, east of Smithville, Culver, north of Forrer, Red Oak, Juniper, Greencrest, Mapeldale, Plainfield.)  The paving will follow the milling.  No parking signs have been placed along the roadway. The work is expected to take 5-7 days and they are planning to work this Saturday July 30th.

June 9, 2017:  The City of Kettering has completed a portion of the streets that will be paved for this year’s program.  The remaining streets require concrete work at the intersections to upgrade curb ramps to meet current standards.  This work is expected to be complete in June.  Paving of these remaining streets is expected in July.

May 2017: Milling and paving have begun.

Project Description:
Each year the City of Kettering evaluates the conditions of all the city streets to create the annual street maintenance program.  After the streets are evaluated, they are then ranked according to the pavement condition and a list is created for the streets that may be paved this year.

Project Location:
This year’s Asphalt Overlay Program includes milling the existing asphalt and paving new asphalt on several residential streets.
Map of Streets to be Repaved
 
Contractor:
John R. Jurgensen
1780 Enon Road
Springfield, OH 45502
Bid Results
Bid Tab

Project Engineer: Chad Ingle,  P.E., P.S.
Email: Chad.Ingle@ketteringoh.org

 

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