Washington TownshipMontgomery County, Ohio

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Street Improvement Program Included 21 Township Streets

A Total of 21 streets, including two commercial and two collector streets, were paved as part of the 2019 Street Improvement Program.

Spring Valley Road ResurfacingCollector streets receiving attention were Washington Village Drive south of Miamisburg-Centerville Road and Nutt Road from Dayton Lebanon Pike to slightly east of Quailwood Trail. Commercial street resurfacing includes all of Drexel Park Lane and also Lyons Road from Miamisburg-Centerville Road north to McEwen. The other 17 streets in the program are residential.

In total, the program used about 11,000 tons of asphalt, enough to pave 3.4 acres with a foot of asphalt, according to Public Works Director Mike Wanamaker. This year's program included:

Road resurfacingNorth
Ten streets were resurfaced in the area bounded by Alex-Bell Road to the south, Far Hills Avenue to the east, Whipp Road to the north and Mad River Road to the west:
Sienna Street
Rosa Linda Drive
Southview Drive, Alex-Bell to east of Green park
Ryland Court
Sunwick Place
Yorkcliff Place
Estates Court, Alex-Bell to east of Green Park
Green Park Drive
Forestview Drive

North - Seton Hill
This residential collector street was resurfaced from Marylhurst Drive to Meadowview Drive. A second section, from Meadowview to Wellesley Way, was resurfaced and also received additional work to stabilize the road base.

By the Numbers

Asphalt 11,000 tons  
Collector Streets 2    
Commercial Streets 2    
Residential   17    
Cost $1.28 million*  

Southeast - Hampton Farm Estates 

Ash Hollow Lane
Tai Trace
Cutlers Trace

Southwest - Washington Village Road Vicinity 

Hawks Nest Court
Robbins Run
Woodgrove Drive

Curb Work for 2019

A curb replacement program impacted 21 township streets, including 19 residential streets, plus Lyons Road from State Route 725 to McEwen Road and Nutt Road from State Route 48 to Quailwood Trail. In total, about three miles of curb was replaced.

Because new curbs are installed on an as-needed basis, replacement was continuous on some streets and completed as piecework on others. Although curb replacement took place in a variety of locations throughout the township, the largest concentration was in the neighborhood bordered by Alex-Bell Road, Southbrook Drive and Green Park. Residential roads included in the program are:

Continuous Work   Piecework
 Southbrook Drive  Seton Hill Street
 Ryland Court  Brookway Road
 Sunwick Place  Siena Street
 Yorkcliff Drive  Green Park Drive
 Eagle Creek Drive   Forestview Drive
 Fox Run Road  Estates Drive
 Trentwood Circle  Washington Village, south of SR 725
 Tweed Circle  Robbins Run

 Hawks Nest Court

 Woodgrove Court
 Continuous & Piecework
 Rosa Linda Drive