Washington TownshipMontgomery County, Ohio

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Nineteen Township Streets Will be Resurfaced in 2018

Township streets will be paved with 14,600 tons of asphalt this summer – enough to cover more than three acres of land with asphalt.

Included in the annual Street Improvement Program are 16 neighborhood streets, one collector, and two commercial streets, according to Public Works Director Mike Wanamaker.

Commercial streets to be paved include sections of Paragon Road and Lyons Road. Paragon will be resurfaced from State Route 725 to Congress Park Drive and Lyons will receive a coat of asphalt from State Route 725 to immediately east of Yankee Street.

The collector street, Spring Valley Pike, will be resurfaced from Washington Church Road east to the City of Centerville corporation line. The township also will pave Old Spring Valley Court, a neighborhood street located east of the intersection of Spring Valley and Yankee Street. Working in tandem with the township, Centerville will resurface its portion of Spring Valley from the corporation line to South Main Street.

This year, all neighborhood streets included in the Street Improvement Program will be paved from end to end. Most neighborhood streets listed below are grouped by the plats where they are located. In some instances, portions of streets may also be located in a nearby plat that is not listed:

Governors Square Drive
Winston Farm Lane


Street Improvement
By the Numbers 

Roadway 6.83 miles  
Asphalt 14,600 tons  
Curb Repair 7,500 feet  
Cost $1.55 million*  

Kings Grant

Kings Grant Passage
Palace Green Parkway

Durban Hill Estates

Durban Road
Greensboro Drive
Blenham Court

Normandy Farm

Meadowview Drive
Saddlewood Avenue

Wellesley Heights

Fieldson Road
Lander Lane
Sweet Briar Lane
Winthrop Place
Marylhurst Drive
Hollins Way