SPRINGFIELD, Ohio (WDTN) – Springfield city officials announced Monday which roads will be involved in their 2019 Neighborhood Street Program.
The program was started last year as part of a commitment made to voters through the passage of a levy back in 2017.
“In 2017, we told the people of Springfield that part of these dollars would go toward improving their neighborhood streets, so taking up the Neighborhood Street Program again in 2019 is a must,” said Springfield City Manager Bryan Heck. “We are dedicated to the task of doing all we can to better the lives of our residents by improving neighborhoods and maintaining our infrastructure.”
After the 2018 Neighborhood Street Program ended, the city held four public forums in order to hear input from residents about future projects. This input, officials say, helped city officials decide which streets should be included in future programs.
Work on the 2019 Neighborhood Street Program will begin this month and continue throughout the summer. Streets named in the 2019 project include:
- El Camino (Santa Monica to Vester)
- Fulton (Nagley to Belmont)
- E. Harding (Fountain to Limestone)
- Kenwood (Belmont to Selma)
- Nagley (Sunset to Kenwood)
- Olympic (Home to Apollo)
- W. Perrin (Plum to Wittenberg)
- Rutland (Nagley to Belmont)
- Springmont (Oakleaf to Driscoll)
- Vester (El Camino to Derr)
- E. Ward (Fountain to Limestone)