Engineering 


2022 CANTON CITY ENGINEERING DEPT. MAJOR CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS

2022 Construction Projects

Project Description

Roadway
2022 PavingThis project involves milling and resurfacing numerous streets located throughout the City.   Work will begin in May and is expected to finish by the end of September. The cost of this work is estimated at $3,425,797.68 and is paid for by City of Canton funds. Please utilize the following link to view an updated version of this year’s paving list ~ City Paving Program 2021 *This list is subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances.
2022 Chip & SealThis project involves several streets located throughout the city that are yet to be determined.  A Chip Seal will applied followed by a Fog Seal.  Work is expected to take place during July and August.   The cost is estimated to be $100,000 will be paid for with City funds.
2022 Microsurfacing ProjectThis project will involve placing a thin layer of asphalt on several streets through the city that are yet to be determined.  Work is expected to take place in August and September. The cost is about $115,000 and will be paid for by City of Canton funds.
2022 Crack SealingThis project involves applying crack sealer to numerous streets located throughout the City.   The goal is to prevent water from infiltrating into the pavement. The project is scheduled for this summer and fall.   The cost of this work is estimated to be $100,000 and will be paid for by City of Canton funds
6th NE St Resurfacing (paving Phase 2)6th St NE will be repaved between Walnut Ave. and The O'Jays Pkwy. This project will also include the removal of old trolley track rail ties and installation of curb ramps.
Colonial Blvd Complete Streets, Phase 1 (Market to Rowland)This project involves the reconstruction of the roadway, widening/improvements to the boulevard including the addition of a multiuse trail, mini-round-a-bouts at Gibbs Ave., utility work, and streetscaping including decorative lights.  
Hursh Place NW Road WideningHursh Pl NW will be widened by five feet to the north.  This is intended to allow adequate pavement for parking on the north side of the street while also providing a single lane for one-way traffic.  Work is expected to take place in August and September.  The cost is estimated at $440,000 and will be paid for with city funds.
Lennis Ct SW Mill and FillLennis Ct SW will be over-milled from 15th to 16th, and the alley will be regraded to alleviate storm drainage issues.
West Tuscarawas/Court Ave. Pedestrian crossingImprovements will be made to the West Tusc/Court Ave pedestrian crossing that will include a concrete crosswalk, decorative brick, and installation of a HAWK pedestrian signal. 
39th St. NW Storm Sewer & Roadway ReconstructionNew storm sewers, water lines, curbs, pavement, sidewalks (in some locations), drive aprons, and some new sanitary sewers are being installed as part of a full road reconstruction of 39th St NW between Cleveland Ave. and Norman Ave.
36th St NW Storm Sewer & Roadway Reconstruction, Phase 2New storm sewers, water lines, curbs, pavement, sidewalks, drive aprons, and some new sanitary sewers are being installed as part of a full road reconstruction of 36th St NW between Frazer Ave. and Logan Ave. Existing pavement widths and intersections will be reduced.
3rd St SE ResurfacingThis project involves milling and resurfacing 3rd St. SE from Cherry Ave SE to E. Tuscarawas Avenue. The work is scheduled for this summer. The cost of this work is estimated to be $640,000 and will be paid for by State, County, and City funds.
Rebar Ave. NE/US-62 Intersection RealignmentThe City will oversee the reconfiguration and relocation of the intersection of Atlantic Blvd. (US62), Rebar Avenue NE, and Vertolli-Harmon Memorial Lane to approximately 400 feet west to allow for better alignment, widening, and traffic flow. Northbound and southbound turning lanes will be provided along with a signalized intersection.
Sanitary Sewer
Burnham Hills Sanitary Sewer RealignmentThis project is located east of and adjacent to Burnham Hills Condominiums and will realign a short section of sanitary sewer crossing under railroad tracks.  The cost is estimated at $140,000 and the work will be performed in August and September.
Storm Sewer
18th Street SW Storm Sewer CIPPAn 800-ft long section of existing 48-inch diameter corrugated metal pipe storm sewer between Henry Ave SE and the Nimishillen Creek will be lined with a Cured-In-Place Pipe to stabilize failing sections of the existing pipe. 
Harvard Avenue NW Storm sewer projectStorm sewers will be installed along Harvard Ave NW between 37th and 38th St to alleviate flooding. Construction is planned to occur in the Summer. Then Harvard will be paved as part of City's 2022 Paving Program.
Yale Avenue NW Storm Sewer ProjectStorm sewers will be installed along Yale Ave NW between 37th and 38th St to alleviate flooding. Construction is planned to occur in the Summer. Then Yale will be paved as part of City's 2022 Paving Program.
Bridge
9th St SW Bridge ReplacementThe 9th St SW Bridge over the West Branch of the Nimishillen Creek will be replaced. The project length along 9th St SW is approximately 317 feet. Additional work includes full depth pavement, roadway drainage, new curbs, and drive approaches.
Streetscape
Market Ave South Streetscape, Phase 2The goal is to improve the safety for all users of the corridor including vehicles, pedestrians and bicyclists. Project limits include Market Ave. S from the North side of 5th St. SE to the North side of Raynolds Pl. SE. Provide streetscape elements from the back of curb to the right of way line including new sidewalk/brick inlays, planters, street trees, decorative lighting, traffic signals and various amenities such as benches, trash receptacles and the like.
Market Ave South Streetscape, Phase 3The goal is to improve the safety for all users of the corridor including vehicles, pedestrians and bicyclists. Project limits include Market Ave. S from the North side of Raynolds Pl. SE to the North side of Norfolk Southern Rail Road tracks (Just South of 9th St. SW). Provide streetscape elements from the back of curb to the right of way line including new sidewalk/brick inlays, planters, street trees, decorative lighting and various amenities such as benches, trash receptacles and the like.
Cleveland Avenue/2nd St NW Pedestrian Signal and Sidewalk Project (Onesto streetscape)This streetscape project will result in new sidewalks and sidewalk widening, pedestrian poles for cross walks, lighting,  decorative brick work, and some drainage improvements in the vicinity of Cleveland Ave and 2nd St NW near the Onesto Hotel.
McKinley Ave NW/6th St NW Streetscape, Phase 1 (St John's Church)Phase I construction will begin in the Spring of 2022 in the vicinity of St. John's Church along the west side of McKinley (St. John's Church) from 6th to 8th and include removal of old concrete sidewalk and the establishment of a new partial sidewalk, grass area between the sidewalk and curb, installation of an updated bus stop area, and installation of light pole bases and electrical accessories. 
Misc.
30th St. NW sidewalk and ADA upgradesThis project consists of adding sidewalk on 30th St NW between Cromer Ave. NW and Market Ave. N. where sidewalk does not currently exist. This project also includes the construction of drive approaches and wheelchair ramps. 
Hall of Fame Village ImprovementsCity is working with Hall of Fame Village to oversee the removal and relocation of sanitary sewers and storm sewers throughout the Hall of Fame Village development.  
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