Street Resurfacing & Curb Replacement Program
The City of Beavercreek has dedicated $2.5 million to its 2023 Street Resurfacing and Curb Replacement Program to resurface various streets within the city. This program also includes replacing portions of deteriorated curb on curbed streets that will be resurfaced this year. The city will resurface approximately 8.54 centerline miles of streets in 2023. Click here to view a map.
Streets included in this year's program are as follows:
|Street||From||To||Length (in feet)|
|Esquire Dr.||Lakeview Dr.||North Terminus||983|
|Commons Blvd.||North Fairfield||Esquire Dr.||626|
|Hanes Road||Dayton-Xenia Rd.||McKay Rd.||5010|
|Highview Dr.||Wenrick Dr.||Darlington Dr.||1150|
|Highview Dr.||Darlington Dr.||Dayton-Xenia Rd.||1600|
|Sunny Dr.||Highview Dr.||Darlington Dr.||595|
|Lemcke Rd.||Ater Dr.||Oriole Dr.||1350|
|Lemcke Rd.||Oriole Dr.||Lantz Rd.||2650|
|Fudge Dr.||Dayton-Xenia Rd.||500s South of Penny||3357|
|Fudge Dr.||500s South of Penny||Bahns Dr.||1952|
|Darlington Dr.||Highview Dr.||Sunny Dr.||850|
|Darlington Dr.||Sunny Dr.||Dayton-Xenia Rd.||450|
|Wenrick Dr.||Darlington Dr.||400s of Highview Dr.||1864|
|Factory Rd. (base repair)||Nutter Park||Dayton-Xenia Rd.||1800|
|Shakertown Rd. (base repair)||Coy Dr.||Greystone Dr.||3800|
|Stauffer Dr.||Towncrest Dr.||50 ft. East of Honey Jane Dr.||750|
|Stauffer Dr.||50 ft. East of Honey Jane Dr.||300 ft. West of Tracy Dr.||2200|
|Stauffer Dr.||300 ft. West of Tracy Dr.||Alpha-Bellbrook Rd.||1168|
|Rhett Dr.||750 ft. East of Butterfly Dr.||East Terminus||1041|
|Rebel Ct.||South Terminus||Tara Trail||185|
|Tara Trail East||Alpha-Bellbrook Rd.||East Terminus||890|
|Tara Trail||Windy Ct.||Alpha-Bellbrook Rd.||2122|
|Scarlett Dr.||Windy Ct.||Melanie Ct.||800|
|Colonial Dr.||South Terminus||950s of Casler Ave.||1000|
|Merrick Dr.||Big Stone Rd.||Shakertown Rd.||3934|
|Danny Dr.||Carthage Dr.||Merrick Dr.||572|
|Ephrata Ct.||N. Danern Dr.||388 ft. East of Danern Dr.||410|
|Bunger Ct.||Danern Dr.||South Terminus||150|
|Wistowa Trail||Danern Dr.||N. Danern Dr.||1192|
|Meridell Dr.||Kenderton Trail||N. Danern Dr.||580|
|Wenlan Ct.||NW Terminus||N. Danern Dr.||580|
|East Hill Ln.||Dumbarton Oaks||Woods Dr.||400|
|Dumbarton Oakes||East Hill Ln.||Harry Truman Dr.||720|
|Crestview Ct.||South Terminus||Harry Truman Dr.||210|
|Harry Truman Dr.||West Terminus||Turnbull Rd.||775|
|Mohave Dr.||100s of Cascade||East Terminus||1492|
|Cabeza Ct.||Southwest Terminus||E. Mohave Dr.||230|
|Entrada Dr.||Entrade Dr. (East)||Helenwood Dr. (East)||1445|
|Entrada Dr. (East)||Entrada Dr.||East Terminus||645|
|Helenwood Dr. (East)||Entrada Dr.||Havasu Ct.||365|
|Helenwood Dr. (South)||East Entrada Dr.||Havasu Ct.||1378|
|Havasu Ct.||Helewood Dr.||Northeast Terminus||245|
*Terminus = end of the road
For additional questions about the program, please see the FAQs below or contact Nick Smith, P.E., Assistant City Engineer at (937) 427-5513.
Common Questions and Answers
Q: What process is used to determine which streets to pave?
A: Road resurfacing is determined by pavement condition ratings (PCR). Streets with the lowest rating will receive priority. PCR is an engineering evaluation based on visual inspections of roadways to determine deterioration. The City of Beavercreek follows the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) evaluation procedure for PCR.
Q: Will the City replace the curb and what is included in the city's curb replacement program?
A: Curb replacement is completed on streets that will be paved in the same year. Curb replacement consists of replacing spots of deteriorated curb on the street. In addition, aprons that do not conform to city standards on streets to be paved will be upgraded to meet standards.
Q: If I replace my driveway apron, will the city reimburse me?
A: No, if you choose to replace your driveway or apron on your own, this will be at the property owner’s expense and will require a right-of-way permit to be obtained from Beavercreek's Engineering Division. Please contact the engineering division at (937) 427-5513 for more information.
Q: My street is on the list to be paved, when will it be paved this year?
A: The resurfacing contract lasts through October. Streets will be resurfaced based on the contractor’s schedule throughout the year.
Q: Why are there “Police Order No Parking Signs” on my street?
A: These signs are put up by the concrete and asphalt contractors for the resurfacing and curb replacement. The contractor is required to put these signs up 48-hours prior to construction. In addition, the contractor may also write what is being done and will put the dates that this will be in effect for the street.
Q: Will I be able to travel down my street while the crews are working?
A: Yes. Curb work will be on one half of the roadway at a time. Concrete crews for curb replacement will have flaggers as needed and will open the roadway to two way traffic at the end of each day. Resurfacing work will have traffic control consisting of flaggers to direct traffic around paving operations.
Q: How long do I have to wait until I can go on the new pavement in the road or over the new curb in front of my driveway?
A: Flaggers will direct you when you can get on the new pavement during paving operations. Typically, this is about 30 minutes after the paver lays the new pavement and once they are done rolling the pavement. For curb work, it typically take 5 to 7 days to allow the concrete to cure. Before removing the curb, the contractor will contact the property owner to inform the property owner specifically when they can get over the new curb to their driveway.
Q: My street is not on the list to be paved, when will it be paved?
A: Road resurfacing is determined by pavement condition ratings (PCR). Streets with the lowest rating will receive priority. Beavercreek's Engineering Division keeps a list of public streets within Beavercreek with their PCR values. Please contact the engineering division at (937) 427-5513 for questions and information.