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Richard L. Bowen + Associates, Inc
Phone: (216) 525-6277
Daniel J. Collins, P.E., City Engineer - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark A. Schmitzer, P.E., Assistant City Engineer - Email: email@example.com
Sprague Road Resurfacing Project, May 5, 2020:
Through the Cuyahoga County’s 2020 County Road Operations Resurfacing Program, in conjunction between the Cities of Seven Hills and Broadview Heights, the Sprague Road Resurfacing Project will be soon be commencing. The City of Broadview Heights is administering the Project with support from the City of Seven Hills Engineering Department.
Contingent upon weather and other unforeseen events, construction is anticipated to begin on or near Monday, May 11, 2020.
Rehabilitation & Resurfacing Project Limits: Broadview Road to the City of Seven Hills East corporate limit line
Resurfacing Limits: Seven Hills/Broadview Heights corporate limit line to the City of Broadview Heights East corporate limit line
Property Owners along Sprague Road will soon be receiving hand-delivered notices by the Paving Contractor (Specialized Construction). Please click here to view the hand-delivered construction notice. Contractor contact information is included in the notice.
Please note that a temporary Detour Plan for Local Traffic Only will be implemented throughout construction and it will taken down nightly. Please click here to view the Sprague Road Detour Plan.
If you have any questions, please contact Daniel J. Collins, P.E., City Engineer at (216) 525-6277 or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Your patience during the Sprague Road Resurfacing Project is greatly appreciated! Drive safe.
Attention John Glenn Drive residents and/or property owners:
You soon will be receiving a hand-delivered notice from Lake County Sewer Co., Inc., who was awarded the John Glenn Drive Sewer Rehabilitation Project. This notice (click here to view) will contain important information for you regarding the Project that will be commencing on February 12th. Sewer Rehabilitation work should be occurring over the next few months, weather contingent.
Broadrock Court - Maintenance Traffic Plan - June 15, 2018
Broadrock Court Sanitary Relief Sewer Connection - June 15, 2018
Pleasant Valley Road Resurfacing Letter - June 2018
Cuyahoga Soil & Water Conservation Upcoming Events
Updated January 2019
Native Seed sale – all year
You can help combat stormwater pollution by shrinking your lawn! Planting native plants can improve the curb appeal of a home, boost its resale value, all while protecting our environment with their long root systems which hold in soil, slow stormwater runoff and provide vital food and habitat for birds, insect pollinators and many other species.
Camp Canopy – SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE!
Cuyahoga SWCD provides annual scholarships to Camp Canopy! Scholarships are awarded to Cuyahoga County high school students who are sincerely interested in conservation issues and enjoy a good walk in the woods. It is a unique experience that will expose students to the great outdoors and to possible careers in forestry, conservation and natural resource protection. Camp Canopy is a week-long program that is held at Camp Muskingum in Carroll County.
Applications due April 5th
The Cuyahoga Soil & Water Conservation District (SWCD) sponsors an annual poster contest for Cuyahoga County students in grades K-12. Awards will be given for 1st and 2nd place in the following grade categories: K-1, 2-3, 4-6, 7-9 and 10-12.
Theme: Crooked River - 50 Years of Progress
Class registration by March 1 - Posters due April 22
The Envirothon is an international, academic, outdoor competition for high school students, which is designed to stimulate, reinforce and enhance interest in the environment and natural resources. The Envirothon tests students' knowledge of natural resources in five categories: Soils, Wildlife, Forestry, Aquatics, and Current Environmental Issues. Students compete through team problem solving activities.
Registration forms due March 15
Calvin Park – Baseball Field Drainage Improvements, July 20, 2018
Mayor Dell’Aquila, Council President Tony Biasiotta, Councilman At-Large Patrick Elliot, and Members of City Council, in collaboration with Richard L. Bowen + Associates, Inc., are excited to announce the Engineering Design to improve the drainage conditions of the three (3) Calvin Park Baseball Fields.
At this point, the Improvement Plans are at a preliminary stage, but soon will be finalized and initial construction of the improvements will be commencing this year.
Please click on the link to view the Preliminary Calvin Park Drainage Improvement Plans that are considered a “work-in-progress”.
Notice to City of Seven Hills residents – Potential Utility Bill Discounts
Did you know you may qualify for certain utility bill discounts? Please click the following link for further information:
Please note, not all customers may qualify for a discount under the offered program.
About The Department The Engineering Department has several main functions:
- Design, construct, prepare budgets and apply for grants for all capital improvement projects such as new or reconstructed roads, water mains, storm and sanitary sewers, bridges, culverts, storm water detention basins and traffic signalization.
- Monitor all capital improvement projects and all residential and commercial developments within the City for conformance will all engineering standards.
- Daily "problem solving" of citizens concerns regarding drainage, roads and other infrastructure concerns. Assist other departments with same.
Flood Insurance Information
The National Council For Home Safety and Security’s, “The Complete Guide to Flood Safety and Preparedness” guide