Public Works

Construction Project Updates

Creek Road Resurfacing - Complete
11/4:
the paving crew has moved this work up. It will now happen on 11/4 and 11/5.

Weather permitting, the resurfacing of Creek Road east of Kenwood Road will occur on Friday, November 5, and Saturday, November 6.
Each day, one side of the roadway between the railroad tracks and Deerfield Road will be milled and resurfaced.  
Expect traffic delays in the area during this project.  Thank you for your patience. 


2021 Route and Seal Program - Complete

Streets that were able to receive route and seal this year are listed as follows:

  • Reed Hartman Highway (South of Cooper Road)
  • Carver Road
  • Anderson Way
  • Trailbridge
  • Spyglass
  • Carpentar’s Run Ct.

The City hopes to continue the route and seal program in the following year for streets that were not completed this year.


2021 Paving Program - Complete

10/29: All streets have been resurfaced and sealed except for Creek Road (East of RR tracks to Deerfield).  Due to the heavy traffic along Creek Road, the resurfacing is scheduled for Friday, November 5, 2021 and Saturday, November 6, 2021 weather permitting.  Creek Road will have the pavement surface milled off and immediately followed by the paving crew for resurfacing.  This process will allow one lane to be completely finished each day.

Weather permitting, Barrett Paving will start on September 7th.  The work will take approximately 2 weeks to complete.  Please see the list below for the streets that will be resurfaced this year.
    • West Ave.
    • Conklin Road
    • Miller Road
    • Northfield Road
    • Maynard Drive
    • Short Highland Ave.
    • Myerdale Drive
    • Creek Road (East of RR tracks to Deerfield)
    • Muirfield Lane
    • Wood Creek
A letter has been sent to nearby residents who may be impacted by the paving program, click here to read the letter. 

GCWW Water Main Project - In Progress


12/01: This project is nearing completion.  GCWW is finalizing restorations and testing.
10/29: Greater Cincinnati Water Works’ contractor has installed the new water line and will be working on tie-ins, hydrants, testing, and restorations for the remaining couple of months.  There will still be closures to through traffic at times.  The roadways will remain open at all times for local property owners and emergency vehicles. 

Greater Cincinnati Water Works will begin work on a water main on September 7th.  This is expected to last four months, weather permitting.  Kenridge Drive and Brasher Avenue in Blue Ash will be closed at times to through traffic.  The construction will impact Kenridge Drive from Kenwood to Brasher and Brasher Avenue from Bell to Kenridge.  GCWW said the roadways will remain open at all times for local property owners and emergency vehicles.  GCWW has sent a letter to affected residents about this project. If you have questions, contact GCWW at 513-591-7700.


Hamilton/Plainfield Roundabouts Construction

12/3 HAM-Plainfield RAB construction update: 

  • Pavement on the south side of the Hunt/Kroger roundabout and McDonald's entrance is being placed today and tomorrow.
  • Sidewalk and lighting conduit will be installed next week.
  • McDonald's entrance on Hunt Road will open on 12/10.
All work is weather permitting. Remember to drive safely and slowly through the construction zone.


Kenwood Storm Pipe Lining  - Awarded

This is a continuation from last year’s project and is currently out for bid, with the bid opening scheduled for November 4, 2021.  The project consists of structurally lining about 500 FT of the invert in a 60” corrugated metal storm pipe located at Kenwood and Hunt Roads.  The structural lining is a spray cementitious material with fibers over a reinforced welded wire mesh.

Plainfield Storm Pipe Lining - Awarded

This project is currently out for bid, with the bid opening scheduled for November 4, 2021.  The project consists of a full circumferential structural lining of about 65 FT of a 64” corrugated metal storm pipe that runs from the Peppermill subdivision under Plainfield Road.  There is also a full circumferential structural lining of about 350 FT of a 72” corrugated metal storm pipe that runs from the Sycamore Trace subdivision under Plainfield Road.  The structural lining is a spray cementitious material with fibers over a reinforced welded wire mesh.


2020 Project Updates

Questions regarding any City of Blue Ash projects listed above should be directed to the Public Works Office at (513) 745-8578 or (513) 745-8536.

Page Updated 12/06/21