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UPDATED September 27, 2021

Mayor Castelli and the Middleburg Heights City Council understand that maintaining our roads is a top priority. The Middleburg Heights Department of Public Service and Director James Herron coordinates and manages the work with our City Engineer – Mackay Engineering and regional partners including Cuyahoga County, the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA), and the Ohio Department of Transportation.

Listed below are the planned and funded 2021 Middleburg Heights Road Construction Projects.  Some projects are continued from the 2020 construction season. This list is updated periodically as projects are approved and funded by Middleburg Heights City Council.

Glenridge Boulevard (Pearl Road to Brookside Parkway)
Glenridge Boulevard and the Abram Creek Culvert overpass will receive concrete section repairs, pavement planning and a 3” asphalt overlay. This work is being funded in part from Cuyahoga County Community Development Block Grant dollars and a Cuyahoga County Supplemental Grant.

Project Update: City Council on September 3, 2021 awarded the contract to The Vallejo Company. Work is scheduled to start September 27, 2021 and is estimated to be completed by mid-November 2021.

Webster Road (Pearl Road to Sprague Road)
The City of Middleburg Heights received a $250,000 grant from Cuyahoga County to partially pay for the reconstruction of Webster Road. The project involves pavement planing, chip sealing and a 3” asphalt overlay.

Project Update: City Council on May 25, 2021 awarded the project to Specialized Construction. All work is essentially complete.

Middlebrook Boulevard (Berea-Midpark Middle School entrance to Smith Road)
Middlebrook Boulevard will receive a recycled asphalt restoration (pulvimix base) and have storm sewer improvements with new storm drains installed. One-way traffic will be maintained from the Middle School Entrance (eastbound) to Smith Road.

Project Update: City Council has awarded the project to Fabrizi Trucking and Paving. Project is starting July 19, 2021 and is estimated to be completed by mid-October 2021.

Lucerne Drive (Normandie Drive to Normandie Drive)
Lucerne Drive will receive pavement planing with chip seal and asphalt overlay, concrete curb and section repairs.

Project Update: City Council has awarded the project to Specialized Construction. All work is finished.

Maureen Drive (Middlebrook Boulevard to Dead End)
Maureen Drive will receive pavement planing with chip sealing, an asphalt overlay and concrete repairs.

Project Update: City Council has awarded the project to Specialized Construction. Work started July 21, 2021 and will be completed by mid-October 2021.

Normandie Boulevard (Lucerne Drive to Sprague Road)
Normandie Boulevard will receive pavement planing with chip sealing, an asphalt overlay and concrete repairs.

Project Update: City Council has awarded the project to Specialized Construction. All work is finished.

General Pavement Services Contract
The City of Middleburg Heights will be working with Crossroads Asphalt and Paving on smaller road construction projects and repairs during the 2021 construction season. City Council awarded the contract on March 23, 2021.

Pleasant Street and University Street
Streets were repaved in May 2021 by Crossroads Asphalt and Paving.

Timber Lane
The Middleburg Heights Department of Public Service is making street concrete repairs and Crossroads Asphalt and Paving will do an asphalt overlay.

2020 ONGOING PROJECTS

Byron Boulevard (Klein Drive to cul-de-sac)
Byron Boulevard from the cul-de-sac to Klein Drive will have concrete section repairs and receive an asphalt overlay. The asphalt overlay was finished May 21, 2021.

Project Update: Project contractor D.L. Smith Concrete LLC. performed final treelawn restoration work. Project is complete.

Pearl Road Reconstruction
The Pearl Road/U.S. Route 42 Reconstruction Project started April 1, 2020. Karvo Companies is the prime contractor and the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) is managing the project. The first phase of the project was from the Ohio Turnpike Bridge (Whitney Road) in Strongsville to Fowles Road in Middleburg Heights. The second phase of the project that started in June 2020 and was completed in mid-September 2020 was from Fowles Road to W. 130th Street. The third phase of the project in Parma Heights from W.130th Street to York Road was completed in December 2020. The project included base repair, new asphalt pavement, concrete sidewalk installation and repairs, apron repairs, and the installation of ADA compliant ramps.

Project Update: All work has been completed in Strongsville, Middleburg Heights and Parma Heights up to York Road.   Final work in Parma Heights and Parma from York Road to Snow Road started in Spring 2021.

Sprague Road Reconstruction and Widening
The Cuyahoga County Department of Public Works is widening Sprague Road from Webster Road to West 130th Street in Middleburg Heights and Strongsville. The existing road is being removed and a new widened concrete roadway will be installed with two lanes and a turning lane. Improvements include new curbs, catch basins, concrete walks, ADA curb ramps and a water main replacement.

Project Update: All lanes of traffic are open and treelawn restoration work is finished.

Middlebrook Boulevard
The concrete road section of Middlebrook Boulevard from approximately Ramona Drive to Humphrey Road was entirely reconstructed with full depth concrete pavement and curb removal and replacement.

Project Update: Fabrizi Trucking and Paving was awarded the contract and the project started August 10, 2020. All concrete lanes and driveway aprons are finished. All treelawns have been restored and the project is complete.