This page contains street project updates, organized alphabetically by name of street. Click the street name to view more details regarding the project. Updates regarding these projects, such as parking restrictions, road closures, and water interruptions are posted on this page as they occur.
Annual Sidewalk repairs and improvements in the Eastern third of Bexley, roughly between Parkview and Cassady in North and Central Bexley or Sheridan to College to Francis in South Bexley.
Status Update: December 2020
Replacement of panels for sidewalks crossing driveways will be scheduled this week for various streets. Due to the current weather forecast we anticipate this will be done Wednesday through Friday of this week. Residents who have sidewalk panels to be replaced which cross their driveway will receive a notice the day before the panels are to be removed. Sidewalk installation on Clifton Avenue between Parkview and Drexel will continue this week also.
Mostly Complete by December 2020 with some work occurring Spring 2021.
The City of Bexley is planning to make improvements to Clifton Avenue between Parkview and Drexel as part of the 2020 Bexley Sidewalk Improvements Project. We will be installing a new sidewalk on the North side of Clifton between Parkview Avenue and Drexel Avenue within the City of Bexley Right of Way. The City has a goal of installing sidewalks on all public streets, especially sidewalks that provide safe pedestrian connection between public parks and neighborhoods. This proposed sidewalk will extend an ADA Accessible Route from Drexel Avenue to the existing walks along Parkview to allow access to Jeffery Park, the City Pool and Tennis Courts.
This project proposes to replace old deteriorated water mains within Stanbery Avenue and Chelsea Avenue and Livingston Avenue between Remington Road and Chelsea Avenue. We also propose to line, repair and improve the existing storm sewer and sanitary sewer mains serving these areas. The scope of work includes the replacement the existing water mains as needed to make connections on side streets and all water services from the new main to the curb stop valve as well as the resurfacing of Stanbery Avenue and Chelsea Avenue upon completion of underground utility work.