Washington TownshipMontgomery County, Ohio

Street Improvement Program

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Focus of this Year's Street Program
Is Mostly Residential 

Nearly eight miles of road are being resurfaced as part of the 2020 Street Improvement Program. The project includes 23 residential streets and one collector street, Normandy Lane.

Resurfacing is expected to use 11,955 tons of asphalt, enough to pave just under four acres with a foot of asphalt.

As part of the program, Normandy Lane will be resurfaced from Miamisburg-Centerville Road to Paragon Road. The project is shared with the City of Centerville, with Washington Township taking the lead. Normandy is located solely in the township from Paragon to south of Tours Lane, but the rest of the Normandy project is half in Centerville. 

This year's program includes:

Road resurfacingPenbrooke & Yankee Estates
Eagle Creek Drive
Fox Run Road
Trentwood Circle
Tweed Circle
Current Court
Provincetown Road
Burgundy Lane
Tarryton Road
Garrison Court

Grantland, Wilcke & Woodbourne
Jenny Lane
Paddington Road
Banbury Road, from Waterloo Road to Paddington 
Enfield Road
Cheltenham Drive
Cotswold Drive
Kirkstone Drive
Winchcombe Drive
Ashford Drive
Cardigan Road
Heidi Court
Grantland Drive, south of Rahn Road

Wellesley Heights
Wellesley Way

Olde Drummerstown
Southbridge Lane

More Road Work Slated for Seton Hill

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

Seton Hill road work is being completed in coordination with Montgomery County Environmental Services which is installing a new water line. The project begins with water main installation, followed by road work.

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.

Road stabilization includes 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 is applied.