Click to Home
Go To Search
Projects

2016 Capital Improvements Overview

The 2016 construction season will be a busy one for the City.  In total, there are fifteen (15) capital projects that will be administered

2016 Pavement Maintenance Program
This annual project includes asphalt resurfacing for City-maintained streets. All streets are evaluated annually and assigned a rating based on condition. Streets are then prioritized and included in the program as funding allows.  See below for the 2016 Pavement Condition Ratings for City Maintained streets.  The details for this year's pavement maintenance program are listed in the fact sheet below.


Main Street Sanitary Sewer Improvements
The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) has scheduled the replacement of the Main Street Bridge which extends over Mill Creek.  The construction is expected to occur in 2017.  Due to a conflict with the proposed piers associated with the bridge work, the City of Marysville will be replacing an existing sanitary sewer siphon that flows under Mill Creek with a conventional gravity sewer along the south side of Mill Creek (adjacent to the Heritage Cooperative Grain Silos).  
West 5th Street Stormwater Improvements
The stormwater improvements along West 5th Street (between Grove Street and Park Avenue) include removal and replacement of existing storm lines along the westbound lane of West 5th Street. Two-way traffic will be maintained on West 5th Street for the duration of the project.
Walnut Street Culvert Replacement
The east guardrail and headwall for the southernmost culvert on Walnut Street sustained major damage during a vehicular accident in 2015. The City plans to replace the current three (3) sided box culvert with a four (4) sided box culvert. The new box culvert will increase the allowable stormwater flow capacity through the culvert. The proposed improvements will also widen the crossing providing room for the addition of a future sidewalk. During construction, Walnut Street will be closed at the culvert to through traffic. 100% of the construction cost will be funded by the City of Marysville’s Stormwater Funds.          

State Route 31 Bridge Improvements
The State Route 31 Bridge Improvements project is 100% funded and managed by the Ohio Department of Transportation. ODOT plans to spend $12.3 Million on improvements within Union County that will directly impact Marysville residents.    

 

 

Upground Reservoir Improvements
The City's Upground Reservoir is being modified to allow for fishing and boating access funded by a grant from the Ohio Department of Natural
Resources.  Please see the link for the fact sheet below for more information on this project.