Highland Heights Approves $1.5M in Road, Sidewalk Projects

The work includes resurfacing on various city streets and near the municipal complex.

Highland Heights has announced about $1.5 million in road and sidewalk repairs in the city and at its municipal center.

According to a Cleveland.com report, the work includes resurfacing of a portion of Radford Drive, the city's municipal center, service department lots and adding two walkways to and from the gazebo near the police station.

Crews have also been resurfacing parts of Brainard and Pinehurst roads, the Canterbury Lane subdivision and Aberdeen Boulevard.

"It's been a few years since we've done this much beyond our patchwork," Mayor Scott Coleman told the website. "We have a real healthy reserve now and decided this was a good time to do more road work."


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