Current and Upcoming Projects
The Engineering Department has many construction projects throughout the City of Huber Heights. Please check for updates on the latest projects. If you have any questions or concerns, please call the Engineering Department at 937-237-5810.
Old Troy Pike from Taylorsville Road to the old Huber Court has been widened on the northbound (east side) to add a lane that will be used for access to the new Broad Reach Development located on the southeast corner of Old Troy Pike and Taylorsville Road. A portion of Taylorsville Road was also widened near the intersection.
Starting at the end of August, the City will continue the widening on Old Troy Pike (northbound) from Huber Court through the Merily Way/Waynetowne Boulevard intersection to the eastbound ramp onto I-70. A portion of Merily Way will also be widened in front of Arby’s and McDonalds to the Car Wash. The widening will help traffic by providing more storage and better access to the new development and to all of the existing restaurants along the widening route. Also, a new mast arm traffic signal will be installed at the intersection.
The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) is working with the City of Huber Heights to make roadway improvements to Brandt Pike (S.R. 201) from Fishburg Road going south past Tom Cloud Park to the City’s Corp. Line. This portion of roadway has been in poor condition for a few years and the City asked ODOT to include this section of road in their yearly paving program. ODOT did agree and they just recently bid this project and John R. Jurgensen was the contractor chosen to do the work. The work includes milling the entire roadway and then resurfacing the road with a new 2” layer of asphalt.
The work is scheduled to begin in mid August and is estimated to take about 6 weeks to complete. The work will take place during the night, (Monday night through Friday night) starting at 7 pm in the evening and ending at 6 am in the morning. An aerial map is attached that shows the length of Brandt Pike that is included in the resurfacing project.
During the milling and resurfacing, the street will remain open to traffic. ODOT has decided to do the work at night because of the very high traffic volume during the day (26,000 vehicles per day) and the very low traffic volume at night. This will also allow the road to be fully open during the day to handle the traffic and not cause driving delays. Working at night will also provide a safer environment for the workers and it will allow the work to go faster, which will help shorten the completion time.
As stated, this is an ODOT run project, if you have any questions about the project, you can call ODOT at (937) 492-1141 or contact the City at (937) 233-1423 and ask to speak to the Engineering Department.
The City has contracted with United Survey, Inc. to begin lining portions of old clay sanitary sewer in the southern portion of the city that have been televised by Tr-Cities camera crew and have been rated the worst for cracks, misaligned joints, and partially collapsed pipe.
This project began last month and will include 7,302 L.F. of pipe to be lined. This process has been used in the City six times in the past and has worked well to prolong the life of the sewer. This project has started and is expected to last approximately 2 to 3 months. See the Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Map for lining locations.
The Huber Heights Engineering Division has begun another year of the City's annual Sidewalk Repair and Replacement Program. The Sidewalk Program begins each year when the Engineering Division selects an area of the city to perform the work.
The street program for Huber Heights consists of paving streets and replacing deteriorated curb. Curb replacement will be performed on the streets that are scheduled to be paved this year and on a few streets that has pavement that is still in good condition but curb that is in poor condition.
- The City bid out the curb repairs in March.
- The chosen contractor was Multi-Task Construction and they are continuing the curb replacement and they will complete this around September.
- The paving of the selected roads (list attached) will begin around October and be completed in November.
The water main for this project will be replaced on several different streets in the Huber Heights area that have had numerous water main breaks over the last few years. The locations of the replacements include portions of Tomberg,Hubbard, Chesham, Sandbury, Tewkesbury, Hartwick, Alter, Longford, and Storck (Map Attached).
The design of the water main replacement was completed at the end of April. We went out to bid in June to get a contractor to install the pipe. The pipe is on order at this time and is scheduled to arrive in August or September. Construction should begin after that time. We will probably use two contractors to do the work and it should take approximately 6 to 8 months to complete (weather dependent). The new pipe will be installed by trenching in the street and the work will include new fire hydrants and water valves. The old water main will be abandoned.
*Map is subject to change due to project cost or scheduling.
The City of Huber Heights will soon begin the installation of a new water main extension on Bellefontaine Road from just south of Belle Plain Drive going north to CenterPoint 70 Drive (north of I-70). This water main will be used to make a new connection to the City’s water system in CenterPoint 70. Currently, the water at CenterPoint 70 is being supplied by Clark County. The City has decided to terminate a service agreement with Clark County that has been in effect for many years. Once the new water main is installed, a connection will be made to the existing piping and water tower. The existing water piping that leaves CenterPoint 70 (going to Clark County) will be cut and capped off with new fire hydrants. We will be installing approximately 7,900 feet of 16” water main. This new water main will also provide the opportunity for future extensions on Taylorsville Road and other areas for possible development to the east side of the City. The City will be using a federal grant from ARPA (American Rescue Plan Act) to help fund this project.
The City of Huber Heights is in the process of installing a new sanitary sewer extension on the east side of the City near State Route 4. The installation begins at the Fairborn Wastewater Treatment Plant, crosses State Route 4 then runs north along the west side of Route 4 to New Carlisle Pike, then continues north crossing I-70. A sanitary force main will then be installed going north to CenterPoint 70 Boulevard and then it ends at a new pump station on the east side of the road. This sanitary sewer will be used to make a new connection to the City’s sanitary system in CenterPoint 70. Currently, the sewage from the sanitary sewers at CenterPoint 70 is being sent to Clark County for treatment. The City has decided to terminate a service agreement with Clark County that has been in effect for many years. Once the new sanitary sewer is installed, a connection will be made to the existing sanitary piping. The existing sanitary piping that leaves CenterPoint 70 (going to Clark County) will be cut and capped off. We will be installing approximately 9,000 feet of 12” and 15” sanitary sewer along with 2 new pump stations. This new sanitary sewer will also provide for development opportunities on the east side of the City when future extensions of sanitary sewer are installed along Chambersburg Road.
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