Work is getting underway in preparation of street improvements in the Mid-Century and Waterford Village neighborhoods. Utility markings will be taking place within the boundaries of the project, and pavement inspection work is expected to take place beginning on January 26, 2017. Pavement inspection is performed by a vehicle that may be moving relatively slowly through the area. No significant traffic impacts are expected.
In 2015, residents of the Mid-Century Neighbors Association approached Dublin City Council requesting improvements be made to their neighborhood streets. City Council subsequently adopted Ordinance 54-15 implementing the 2016-2020 Capital Improvements Program which included authorizing the funds for this project.
The Mid-Century Neighborhood & Waterford Village Phase 4 Street Improvements project provides for street, storm sewer, water line and sidewalk improvements to Marion Street, Longview Drive, Grandview Drive, Franklin Street and Monsarrat Drive.
The City held two public information meetings in October 2016. Attendees were able to view the proposed design and ask questions of City Engineering staff. Additionally, City staff discussed the property access requirements with individual property owners.
If you were unable to attend one of the public meetings and have not yet discussed this project with a City of Dublin staff member, please contact Project Engineer Michael S. Sweder, PE directly at 614.410.4621 or by email at email@example.com.
Every resident within the boundaries of the improvement project should have received a letter mailed to them directly in late 2016.