EAST 185TH STREET REHABILITATION
NOTTINGHAM ROAD TO LAKE ERIE

EAST 185TH STREET
REHABILITATION PROJECT

VIRTUAL PUBLIC INFORMATION PRESENTATION

Project Feedback section will be available for public comments June 1, 2021 to July 1, 2021.

 

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PROJECT SPECIFICS

East 185th Street Corridor Overview Plan:

The overview below illustrates the proposed improvements on the East 185th Street corridor. To take a closer look, click on the images to zoom in on specific areas of the plans. Please note, the proposed improvements are currently under design and are subject to change as they are not final.

Project Design:

The East 185th Street Rehabilitation Project is being designed in two parts.  

PART 1
  • Pawnee Avenue to Lake Erie
  • 0.7 miles
  • City of Cleveland & City of Euclid
  •   PART 2
  • Nottingham Road to Pawnee Avenue
  • 0.9 miles
  • City of Cleveland
  • Estimated Construction Cost:

     $11,590,700

    Project Funding Sources:

    Federal Grant Funds

    City of Euclid

    Ohio Public Works

    Public Utilities

    City of Cleveland

    Project Representatives:

    Michael Polensek –
    Cleveland Council Member, Ward 8


    Kristian Jarosz –
    Euclid Council Member, Ward 4

    Project Organizers:

    Project Organizers

    Paul Fatica, P.E. – 

    Consulting Engineer, City of Cleveland, Division of Engineering and Construction

    (216) 664-2469 


    Allison Lukacsy-Love – 

    Euclid Director of Planning & Development 

    (216) 289-8160 

    Schedule:

    The Proposed Improvements along East 185th Street will include:

  • Asphalt resurfacing of roadway pavement, including full and partial depth pavement repairs, where needed.
  • Curb, sidewalk, curb ramp and drive apron replacements throughout the streetscape improvement limits. Replacement is based on ADA compliance and condition outside of those limits.
  • Locherie Avenue, the fifth leg of the intersection with East 185th Street and Lakeshore Boulevard, will become a cul-de-sac to address safety concerns with turning movement confusion.
  • Streetscape improvements including street trees, decorative brick paver amenity strips, curb bumpouts and decorative cross walks. In addition, branding features such as gateway entrance signage and pole mounted decorative metal banners.
  • Parking Lanes will remain along the corridor in available areas.
  • New signing and pavement markings including bike sharrows within the East 185th Street travel lanes.
  • Replacement of the Villaview Road, Neff Road and Lakeshore Boulevard traffic signals. Monterey Avenue traffic signal to be removed and replaced with a Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB) for an enhanced pedestrian crosswalk.
  • Replacement of the existing 10” water main with a new 12” water main from Mozina Drive to Pawnee Avenue.