Seton Hill Road

Seton Hill Road Project
Posted on 08/25/2020

Seton Hill Project is Complete

Work to stabilize the road base on Seton Hill Street from Wellesley Way to Whipp Road has been completed. The project included a full-depth reclamation process, the same method used last year on Seton Hill from Wellesley to Meadowview Drive.

Road work was completed in coordination with Montgomery County Environmental Services. The project began with water main installation, followed by road work. Road stabilization included milling off the top 3.5 inches of asphalt, pulverizing about 14 inches of base, and then stabilizing the base by mixing in cement. Following reclamation, an asphalt base layer and a surface course was applied. 

Working with the county to coordinate public works projects saves taxpayer dollars and helps minimize inconvenience for motorists. The $225,000 road project is offset with a grant from the Ohio Public Works Commission that is split proportionately between the township and the county. 

Project Updates

August 31 -

The Seton Hill project is now complete.

August 25 -

Access to Seton Hill has been restored after the Montgomery County Environmental Services Office closed the road to install a water main. Crews will continue working over the coming weeks to paint lines and finish cleaning, however the road is open to traffic.

August 17 -

The base course of asphalt is in place and manhole adjustments are underway. The top course of asphalt will be laid next. 

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July 31 -

Montgomery County Environmental Services has finished placing the water line. Soil stabilization can now take place.

June 5 -

Montgomery County Environmental Services contractors continue the water main replacement project on Seton Hill. Crews currently are working on Southbridge Lane. The water main project is expected to be completed within a few weeks.

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May 4 -  Road Closure

Seton Hill from Whipp Road to Wellesley Way is now closed to through traffic as Montgomery County Environmental Services works on the water main replacement.