Ward 3 Quick Update September 8, 2018

Ward 3 Resident,

Just a quick update on a few items below I want to bring your attention to.


Heavy Rains Expected This Weekend
The extended weather forecast calls for heavy rainfall amounts late Saturday all day Sunday. The North Royalton Service Department and Wastewater Departments will be working 24/7 during this weekend’s rain event.

Service department employees will be working throughout the city in an effort to prevent debris blockage in catch basins, culverts and streams. Residents can do their part by inspecting and cleaning swales, ditches and sewer grates on their property. While we have had tremendous success the past ten years addressing decades of neglect to our infrastructure, it is important to understand in the heaviest of rain events there is a possibility of flooded roadways, creeks, roadside ditches and storm sewers. Our Service and Wastewater Department employees will do everything they can to keep our roads safe and the rainwater moving during this expected rain event. As always, our Police and Fire Departments are prepared to react and assist in any emergency situation. Also if I can be of any assistance I can be reached at 440-785-4240 or ward3@northroyalton.org. Thank you in advance for your cooperation and understanding!



Sprague Road Update

Sprague Road is open again to all traffic between York Road and West 130th. The overlay paving is complete. Special thanks to the City of Parma and Cuyahoga County working with our City to get this done so quickly!

Wallings Road Construction In Broadview Heights
I just wanted to give an FYI to Ward 3 residents who may travel Wallings Road to get to I-77 for work. The City of Broadview Heights has begun a resurfacing of Wallings Road (from Broadview Road to the east Corp. limit of Broadview Heights) and should last through November. Traffic will be maintained as normal. See below for more information.

Have a great weekend!

Dan Langshaw
Ward 3 Councilman
North Royalton City Council

Tags: