2022 Repaving Program
The Road Department will soon be preparing roadways for the 2022 Resurfacing Program. Streets on this year’s resurfacing schedule may initially be crack sealed by Miami Township crews prior to the resurfacing applications. Ten (10) street sections totaling nearly 2 linear miles will receive an asphalt overlay. The streets will be improved through the City of Miamisburg Asphalt Repaving Program bid. The city includes Township streets in their resurfacing bid. The bid results typically lowers costs for both communities by collectively bidding a larger volume of work. This is the third year in a row the two communities have jointly participated in the program.
Property tax funds are not used for any of these roadway improvements. Gas and License Taxes are used to fund the yearly resurfacing programs.
Asphalt Overlay (Pavement Mill and Fill)
The following streets will be re-paved in 2022 through the City of Miamisburg Asphalt Repaving Program:
- Washington Park Drive
- Southlea Drive- Kingswood neighborhood
- Mardell Drive- Kingswood neighborhood
- Delvue Drive- Kingswood neighborhood
- Plamor Circle- Kingswood neighborhood
- Wymore Place- Kingswood neighborhood
- Rhapsody Drive- Singing Hills neighborhood
- Teagarden Circle- Spring Valley neighborhood
- Hyacinth Court- Spring Valley neighborhood
- Munger Road (Central Section)- Singing Hills connector
The following streets were resurfaced in 2020 in conjunction with the Vienna Parkway Extension roadway project: (The Vienna Parkway Extension Project will be completed by the Spring 2021. Streetscape/ landscape will be installed by winter 2020 and the project improvements will include a signalized intersection at SR 741)
- Pinegrove Drive
- Silvercliff Drive
- Ledgewood Place
- Vienna Woods Trail (Concrete Section)
- Gatesland Court (Concrete)
- Oakmoor Lane (Concrete)
Micro-surfacing or Slurry Seal (Preventive Care Products)
The following streets will receive Micro-surfacing or Slurry Seal:
- No streets in 2022.
Bidding specifications for Micro-surfacing and Slurry Seal are assembled by the Public Works Director and the project is awarded to the lowest and best bidder if a preventive care product is used in a year's resurfacing program.
NOTE: Cost for preventive care materials increased more than 35% in 2019 from the 2016 bid prices.
Budgeting for Roadway Improvements
Over $500,000 has been spent for roadway resurfacing in the 2021 year & 2020 year and over $700,000 was spend on resurfacing in 2019. There are over 91 linear miles of roadway in the Township. Streets are evaluated and resurfaced based on the severity of deterioration when adequate funds become available.