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Public Service Project Information

In June of 2018 the City of Oregon awarded a contract to Performance Pipelining Inc. of Ottawa, Illinois for work related to the improvement of existing sanitary sewers in the Moundview Park subdivision of the City.  Many sewers in this area are approaching 100 years old and require rehabilitation in order to maintain function and capacity.  This work will begin in August of 2018 and will include the inspection and lining of existing sanitary sewers and service laterals located within the City’s backyard utility easement.  The project is expected to be completed by April of 2019.  This work is a requirement of the City of Oregon’s Ohio EPA WWTP NPDES discharge permit and will greatly improve the overall condition of the sewers, including private sanitary sewer laterals within the utility easement.
 
If you have any specific questions about this project or what will be required to be accessed on your property, please contact the City of Oregon Department of Public Service at (419) 698-7047.  Your cooperation with this project is greatly appreciated.
 
 
 
 

The Pickle Road Storm Sewer Relief Ditch Project is designed to improve drainage along Pickle Road between Coy Road and Oak Tree Subdivision. Construction work is set to begin early February and should be completed by the end of September, 2018.

The project involves the replacement of existing storm sewers along the south side of Pickle Road, the west side of Flo Drive and the south side of Mary Allen Drive with larger storm sewers. A new open channel relief ditch will also be installed just west of Cardinal Bay Subdivision to provide a relief overflow path from Pickle Road to the Navarre Avenue storm sewer. In addition, an asphalt bike path will be installed along the new relief ditch between Pickle Road and Navarre Avenue.

 Project Map

The Navarre Avenue Waterline Replacement project involves the replacement of aged infrastructure on Navarre Avenue between Isaac Streets Drive (2700 block of Navarre) and Lallendorf Road. The City of Oregon will be replacing or rehabilitating the existing 8-inch waterline that is located within the public right-of-way. The project will also include new water service connections from the water main to the curb stops of all properties. Construction is tentatively scheduled to start in November, 2018 with a completion of October, 2019.

Project Map

The Annual Waterline Replacement project involves the replacement of aged waterline infrastructure on N. Yarrrow Street, N. Stephen Street, N. Goodyear Street, N. Fargo Street, N. Edward Street, and Goodrich Street between Seaman Road and Pullman Street. Also included with the project is the replacement of waterline on Worden Road between Schmidlin Road and Coy Road. The replacement of the existing waterlines will occur within the existing right-of-way of all of the streets. The waterline replacement will also include new service connections within the right-of-way. Construction of this project is set to begin in the fall of 2018 and should be completed by the end of spring 2019.

The Starr Avenue Waterline Replacement project will involve the replacement of aged infrastructure on Starr Avenue between Stadium Road and Wynn Road. The waterline replacement project is currently being planned for 2018-19.

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The Grasser Street Sanitary, Storm, and Waterline Improvements project involves the replacement of aged infrastructure on Grasser Street between Navarre Avenue and Munding Drive. The replacement of existing sanitary sewer, waterline, and portions of the storm sewer will occur within the existing right-of-way of Grasser Street. The sanitary sewer and waterline replacements will also include new service connections within the right-of-way. Following the sanitary sewer, waterline, and storm sewer replacement; the roadway will be rebuilt to include new curb and asphalt roadway.  Construction of this project is set to begin February, 2018 and should be completed by the end of July, 2018.

Should you have any concerns or questions regarding this project, please feel free to contact the City of Oregon, Department of Public Service at (419) 698-7047 to discuss further.

The Arthur Street Storm Sewer Improvement project includes removing the existing two storm sewers along the south side of Arthur Street between S. Berlin Avenue and S. Whittlesey Avenue and replacing them with one larger storm sewer. The project will also include the installation of yard drains on both the north and south side of the road. The project should be completed in approximately two to three weeks. Restoration work, including paving trenches and seeding, will be completed in the Spring.

Should you have any concerns or questions regarding this project, please feel free to contact the City of Oregon, Department of Public Service at (419) 698-7047 to discuss further.

Construction Notice Letter