The natural gas pipeline replacement project through Dominion Gas has been completed. Now construction will begin on the Cedar Fairmount Streetscape Project and the resurfacing of Cedar Road in the Cedar Fairmount Business District.
The almost $4 Million Cedar Road Resurfacing/Cedar-Fairmount Streetscape was awarded to Perk Company, Inc. The project consists of Road Resurfacing and new ADA Compliant Curb Ramps from South Taylor Road to Euclid Heights Boulevard; along with a Streetscape consisting of new trees, sidewalks, and sidewalk amenities from Fairmount Boulevard down to Euclid Heights Boulevard. A multi-use pedestrian and bicycle path is to being constructed along Cedar Glen Parkway from Euclid Heights Boulevard to Ambleside Drive in Cleveland. The project is projected to be complete the end of October.
This project is being funded through the Federal Highway Administration, the Ohio Public Works Commission, and the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. Cedar Road will be down to two lanes. Construction will begin on the south side of the district and then move to the north side.
Cedar Fairmount Businesses remain open. Access to businesses in the Heights Center Building can be made from the front and back doors. Signage for parking is visible throughout the district. There is public parking in the City Garage accessed from Lennox and Surrey Road, behind Firestone Tire, Nighttown Restaurant, on Grandview north of the houses, and the lot at the corner of Lennox and Euclid Heights Blvd. Private parking for customers behind Buffalo Wild Wings, Dave’s Market, and Heights Medical Building is assessible. The Cedar Fairmount traditional festival will be a Fall Festival on Sunday, October 22nd from noon to 5 pm.

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