Sylvania Township has several projects scheduled throughout the 2019 construction season, including 4.7 miles of road resurfacing. All projects are tentative and have many variables that could prevent, slow or delay them. This list does NOT include projects on County or State roads that lie within the Township.

Road Resurfacing:
Wolfinger Rd., Goodhue Dr. (west of Holland Sylvania), Zone Ave., Ronaldo Rd., Manoa Ln., Monoa Rd., St. Charles Rd., Millicent Av., Cason Av., McKivett Dr., Stonebridge Ln., Regents Park Blvd. (east of McCord), Stondybrook Blvd., Sycamore Tl., Poplar Ct., Timberview Ct., Hollow Creek Dr., Kings Hollow Ct., Castle Ridge Rd., Lost Creek Dr.

Concrete Curb and Cross Walk Improvements:
Larkhaven Dr., Cavendish Dr., Standing Timbers Ln., Standing Timbers Ct., Sulgrave Dr., Springwater Dr., Tracewood Dr., Whitewood Ln.

Storm Sewer Basin Repairs:
Clean out or brush removal include: Wolfinger Rd. ditch, Cunningham ditch, Eisenbraum ditch, Black Oak Dr. detention area. Extension or installation of new storm sewers on Ronaldo Rd., Charles Rd. & Hasty Dr. There are over 60 basin repairs located throughout the Township. These crews are small and impose minimal traffic restrictions.

 “Road Construction” is a temporary inconvenience creating long term improvements.  I am very pleased to announce that the Sylvania Township Trustees and the Lucas County Engineers Office have scheduled numerous projects for the area starting in April and completing later this summer or fall.  Collectively, these projects are estimated at several millions of dollars.  The projects consist of road resurfacing and drainage improvements; and range from residential, commercial, and main arterial roadways.  This means plenty of orange barrels!

The key purpose of our resurfacing program is to maintain the Township and county roadway system of 162 miles of roads.  Our primary objective is to achieve a reliable transportation infrastructure system to facilitate public safety, commerce and public convenience.  Additional goals include the preservation of our neighborhoods, property values, community and quality of life.  With this in mind, our Road Department, urges all motorists to please exercise caution and patience when entering, exiting and traveling through constructions zones.The Residential road resurfacing project alone consists of over 2 miles of roadways.  Also, the Lucas County Engineers Office has scheduled several road improvement projects for the main-arterial roadways in the Township.

Please remember when entering a work zone area to reduce travel speed and obey road work signage and flagman.

Thank you.

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