2020 Construction Projects
Annual Road Program– The annual road program is currently budgeted at $620,000 for 2020. A construction project contract for paving was awarded to Fillmore Construction. The curb replacements and roadway resurfacing is expected to begin as early as June 17th. The streets (or sections of streets) that will be included are Pheasant Woods Ct., Dogwood Dr., Redbud, Hickory Ridge Ln., Shadow Wood Ct., Cardinal Ct., W. Loveland Ave. (from Karl Brown to SR 48), Karl Brown Way (from W. Loveland Ave. to Broadway St.), Broadway St. (from Karl Brown to SR 48), Grear Millitzer Ln. (adjacent to City Hall), and Riverside Dr. / Kemper Rd. (south of West Loveland Ave. for a length of approx. 4500’). On-street parking restrictions and minor traffic delays are expected. Other streets may be added to the 2020 paving program at a later date, dependent on available remaining funds.
Broadway St. Stabilization- A total of $460,900 in funding from OPWC was recommended by the District to be awarded to the City of Loveland, half in a grant & half in a 0% interest loan. The project will include a drilled pier wall and guardrail parallel to a section of Broadway St., culvert replacement across Hanna Ave. near Broadway St., other storm sewer system improvements, and pavement repairs. Geotechnical borings and a survey were completed early in the year. Charter Communications will relocate overhead utility lines this summer. The wall, guardrail and storm sewer construction project advertisement and award is expected to take place in August and September, with construction beginning as early as mid-September.
Nisbet Park Improvements- The City of Loveland was awarded a $18,294 grant from ODNR to assist with restroom renovations in Nisbet Park. The budget for this project is $24,392 with the grant and required local match. Construction was completed in late spring, 2020.
McCoy Park Improvements- The City of Loveland was awarded a $16,500 grant from Clermont County to assist with the replacement of basketball goals and the swingset at McCoy Park. Other site furnishings such as benches will also be included. The budget for this project is $22,000 with the grant and required local match. Construction began was completed in summer, 2020.
For more information about these projects and others in Loveland, contact Cindy Klopfenstein, PE, CFM City Engineer, at 683-0150 or by email.