The Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA) announced that the City of Maple Heights will receive $2.2M in funding support for its Citywide Signal Safety & Efficiency Project. The funding award is part of the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Program which awarded $45M for projects that reduce congestion and improve air quality to
The structure for the new foyer area continues to take shape with weather-resistant barrier installed on the outside of the foyer and temporary walls and door installed to keep the elements out. A picture of the progress is included below. Work will continue on the second floor hallway, the security vestibule, and restroom throughout the
The structure for the new foyer area began to take shape over the past week as columns and headers were put into place. A picture of the progress is included below. Work will continue on enclosing the foyer area, working on the second floor hallway to connect the elevator shaft with the existing second floor
Masons laid the block walls for the elevator shaft and the support columns for the new foyer area. A picture of the progress is included below. Next steps include getting a roof on the elevator shaft and enclosing the foyer area so work can continue as under cover as winter approaches. The project remains approximately
Specialized Construction will be starting the work on the 2021 Road Repair Program tomorrow, Tuesday, October 12, 2021. The work will begin on Donnybrook with milling (asphalt removal) operations. The Notice to Residents flyer was distributed to residents in the affected area on Friday, October 8, 2021. 2021 Road Repair Program (3.43 lane miles repaired
The foundation and concrete pad of the vestibule and the base of the elevator shaft have been poured. As the weather clears up, masons will begin laying the block walls for the elevator shaft. The project remains approximately on schedule, with minor delays due to the rain over the past few weeks.
The work is complete on the Dunham Road Rehabilitation Project and a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the project's completion has been announced for Friday, July 30th at 11:00a. The event will be held in the bus turnaround on the west side of Dunham Road near the Maple Heights-Walton Hills border. Parking is available at
The Dunham Road contractor’s asphalt work has been completed and TWO WAY TRAFFIC WILL BE RESTORED at the end of the work day today. The remaining pavement markings will be completed as weather permits. These markings will be placed under 2 way traffic conditions and motorists should expect delays as traffic is maintained through the
The Dunham Road Project was awarded Honorable Mention at the 2021 Trails and Greenways Conference and Showcase. You can view Dunham Road Project's Honorable Mention Certificate and can watch the Showcase Event on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aGcK9RuVUic.
The Dunham Road contractor’s asphalt and striping work has been substantially delayed due to the weather. The remaining work will be completed as weather permits. The current schedule calls for the asphalt work to be completed by Monday July 5, 2021 and the striping to be placed immediately following on Tuesday July 6, 2021, weather