Toledo wants your input on road projects - Toledo News Now, News, Weather, Sports, Toledo, OH

Toledo wants your input on road projects

TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -

City engineers with Toledo's Division of Engineering Services will host a series of forums beginning Tuesday to review future street projects.

This is the second annual series of street forums. Officials say they want to gather citizen input.

City administrators say they hope to review with citizens which streets are included in the city's 2013 repaving and reconstruction program.

Administrators will be on hand to work with residents in small groups, answering questions and gathering feedback. They will use that information to prioritize projects and create recommendations for the 2014 street program planning.

The first meeting is Tuesday night from 6-8 p.m., at the Sanger Branch Library, 3030 W. Central Avenue.

All meetings will be held from 6-8 p.m. 

Here is a full schedule of dates and locations for the 2013 forums:
 
March 12, 2013                  District 5              Sanger Branch Library, 3030 W. Central Ave
March 14, 2013                 District 3              East Toledo Family Center, 1020 Varland Avenue
March 20, 2013                  District 4              Frederick Douglas Center, 1001 Indiana Avenue
March 21, 2013                 District 2              OLPH, Anthony Wayne Trail and Sherwood
April 1, 2013                       District 1              Bethlehem Baptist Church, 1430 W. Bancroft Street
April 2, 2013                       District 6              Point Place Library, 2727 117th Street

For more information about the forums or the street planning process, citizens are encouraged to contact the Division of Engineering Services at 419.936.2275.

 

  • Headlines from Lucas, Wood, Ottawa, Fulton & Monroe CountiesNewsMore>>

  • Heat Wave: The End is Near

    Heat Wave: The End is Near

    Tuesday, September 26 2017 5:59 PM EDT2017-09-26 21:59:54 GMT
    This record breaking September heat wave is about to come to an end.  Wednesday will be breezy, becoming cooler and less humid as a cold front moves through the area.  In need of rain?  There will only be an isolated shower or two possible. A high temperature of 92 degrees tied a record today. The high also made it six 90 degree days in-a-row, four records tied or broken. Wednesday will start off warm and humid, but be prepared for winds to shift to northerly...More >>
    This record breaking September heat wave is about to come to an end.  Wednesday will be breezy, becoming cooler and less humid as a cold front moves through the area.  In need of rain?  There will only be an isolated shower or two possible. A high temperature of 92 degrees tied a record today. The high also made it six 90 degree days in-a-row, four records tied or broken. Wednesday will start off warm and humid, but be prepared for winds to shift to northerly...More >>
  • 'Teens charged with murder' rate goes up in Lucas County

    'Teens charged with murder' rate goes up in Lucas County

    Tuesday, September 26 2017 5:32 PM EDT2017-09-26 21:32:57 GMT
    (Source: WTOL)(Source: WTOL)

    Toledo's total number of homicides up to 31 for the year. But it's not that number that is as worrisome to the courts and law enforcement as another one. Six of the homicide investigations involve teens. 

    More >>

    Toledo's total number of homicides up to 31 for the year. But it's not that number that is as worrisome to the courts and law enforcement as another one. Six of the homicide investigations involve teens. 

    More >>
  • Mayor Hicks-Hudson asking for Lake Erie to be declared impaired

    Mayor Hicks-Hudson asking for Lake Erie to be declared impaired

    Tuesday, September 26 2017 5:27 PM EDT2017-09-26 21:27:47 GMT
    (Source: WTOL)(Source: WTOL)

    Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson is asking that Lake Erie be declared impaired. 

    More >>

    Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson is asking that Lake Erie be declared impaired. 

    More >>
Powered by Frankly