Orange Barrel Updates
Check back weekly for updates on construction and traffic concerns during orange barrel season.
Barlow Road Improvements
Staff is working with ODNR on a grant to cover costs for a portion of the trail that is scheduled for construction in 2018-2019. More project info.
Manor Drive Water/Sewer Project
Due to resident’s concerns about the potential damage to private property trees, the City has hired Davey Resource Group to perform a tree assessment to evaluate the project’s impacts to the trees. In addition, staff has requested the contractor’s cost to install the new water main and storm sewers in alternate locations to lessen impacts to the trees. As a result of the Davey Resource study and the revised costs from the contractor being considerably higher than expected, this project will be re-designed and rebid in the Fall, 2017. By re-designing and rebidding the project, the City will be able to make adjustments to the plans and project budget in an effort to meet both the City's goals and residents requests. More project info.
Middleton Sanitary Sewer Replacement (Summit County DOSSS)
Pavement repairs and grass area re-restoration is now complete. No additional work by the County is anticipated at this time. More project info.
North Main Street Construction
There are a few contract items that still need complete, those follow:
- Finish final striping (potential night work)
- Finish mid-block cross walk (no impact to traffic)
- Finish installing traffic signs (no impact to traffic)
- Pour inverts (traffic shifts maintaining 2 lanes/potential night work)
- Video storm sewer (traffic shifts maintaining 2 lanes/potential night work)
- Finish railing and miscellaneous step work (no impact to traffic)
- Finish miscellaneous signal items (no impact to traffic)
- Finish existing paver palletizing (no impact to traffic)
The contractor has a couple items noted above that they have lead times which may take through October. There are also miscellaneous “punchlist” items that should be complete over the next 30-60 days. More project info.
Norton Road/SR 91 (City of Stow Project)
The project has been finalized and all that remains is cleanup and restoration of a few areas. Should you have any questions regarding the project, please contact either Brad Kosco, with the City of Hudson Engineering Dept. at 330-342-1770 or Jim McCleary, City of Stow Engineering Dept. at 330-689-2719. The City of Stow was the lead agency on this project. More project info.
Prospect Road/SR 91 Intersection
This project is almost complete, the following contract items remain and should be complete in the next 3 weeks:
- Finish pavement markings
- Install traffic signs
- Complete miscellaneous clean-up More project info.
Stow Road Emergency Water Main Connection
The contractor has finished paving the trenches where the new water main was installed. Final restoration including topsoil and seeding will take place next week. The contractor will need to revisit the site later this month to finalize the new water meter installation. During the remaining work, two-way traffic will be maintained, but minor delays can be expected. More project info.
Valley View Culvert Replacement
A sandstone box culvert must be replaced on Valley View, north of Middleton. It is currently being designed, and is scheduled for construction this fall.
This trail is also known as Hudson Downtown Trail & Greenway (Veterans Trail Phase 5) Concept Plan. More project info.
Walters Road Ditch Elimination
To eliminate the widening ditch on Walters Road, crews will shut down Walters Road on Saturday, September 16 for construction. The area is from the Pet Cemetery south. Residents and the public will be notified in advance of this closure.
Downtown Phase II
In an effort to make the bid solicitation process more efficient and cost effective for both vendors and the agency, Hudson has adopted an electronic bidding process for all capital improvement projects. Please visit Electronic Bidding for further details.