The City will begin a major sewer improvement on Brantley and Claythorne roads between Brantley and Warrensville Center roads in late June. The general scope of work will include open excavations to make sewer spot repairs and installation of cured-in-place-pipe. As part of the project, some trees will need to be removed to make the sewer repairs.
Throughout the project, one lane of traffic will be maintained. However, motorists should expect delays if traveling through the work zone.
The entire project is scheduled for completion by early September 2021.
There will be a virtual community meeting held on Thursday, June 10, 2021 at 6:30 pm to discuss the project phasing and maintenance of traffic. The Zoom link to the meeting is https://zoom.us/j/94562486234?pwd=V3NNRVJWYWZKK2hyQmwxVnBNRDdCUT09
There will be no on-street parking permitted between 7 am and 7 pm. To avoid delays that could prolong completion of the project, please do not blow leaves or other debris into the street. Please advise landscapers of this request.
Terrace Construction, the project contractor, will notify you in writing of its timetable before work begins. The notice will outline the planned work schedule and indicate any special arrangements available to minimize the inconvenience to you and your neighbors.
If your driveway apron is being replaced and it is necessary to park on the street overnight, please contact the Police Department (216.491.1220.) or use the online service at www.frontlinepss.com/shpd.
For your safety, the work site will have signs, barricades and warning lights in place. Please follow the traffic patterns they establish. Also, please help keep neighborhood children safe by warning them about the danger of playing in the construction site or on any of the equipment.
Jimmy Sheehan, our sewer superintendent, is project administrator on behalf of the City and is available to answer your questions (phone - 216-491-1490 or email – James.Sheehan@shakeronline.com ). For current updates on this project please visit www.shakeronline.com/construction. We know that having a construction project on your street is an inconvenience. Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding.
As part of our investigations for this project, Public Works has dye tested resident’s property to determine if their house is cross-connected. If you would like to meet with Public Works staff to review our findings, please contact Jimmy Sheehan at the information provided above.