The anticipated schedule for the project is outlined below:
Preliminary Design Study CompletionFall 2020
Final Design CompleteSummer 2021
Estimated Construction StartFall 2021
Estimated Construction CompletionSpring 2022
The City of Hudson has been awarded funding from the North East Ohio Regional Sewer District (NEORSD) to complete the Owen Brown Bridge Replacement Project. A project location map is shown below. Preliminary design of the project has started.
The existing bridge consists of a 16-foot span by 4-foot rise precast concrete box culvert. In March 2019, the City of Hudson, in association with the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District (NEORSD) and its consultant, finalized a study of the Brandywine Creek corridor throughout the City. The purpose of the study was to identify problems and recommend storm water projects as solutions. The study identified several potential storm water solutions which included the replacement of the bridge on Owen Brown Street to increase its capacity (amount of storm water flowing under it).
In addition to the bridge replacement, the project will also include a traffic calming feature, reconstruction of an existing City water main & storm sewers, and design of Summit County sanitary sewer and overflow, sidewalks, drive apron reconstruction, landscaping, and street lighting.
If you have questions regarding this project, please contact:
Nate Wonsick, P.E., Assistant City Engineer Phone: (330) 342-1770 Email