2019 Paving Project


For Questions or Assistance

Lancaster Department of Transportation

(740) 687-6668


Lancaster Engineering Department

(740) 687-6614



This is the sixth year of a ten-year paving program funded by a property tax levy.

The 2019 Street Improvement Program – Paving, includes the asphalt milling and resurfacing of the 3 miles of local streets including incidental curb and sidewalk replacement.

The streets include all or part of:

Cherokee Drive, Wyandot Street, Eastwood Avenue, Lake Street, E. Mulberry Street, Shoshone Drive, Mohawk Drive, Miller Avenue, Sherman Avenue, Sylvan, Dewey Avenue, West Fifth Avenue, Union Street, Baker Avenue, North Pershing Drive, Griffith Street, Busby Avenue, and Ogara Avenue.


The city expects to award the construction contract in March of 2019. The substantial completion date is September 30, 2019. The final completion date is November 15, 2019. The work hours and the actual schedule will be determined by the contractor. Normal weekday, daytime hours are expected with the possibility of work on weekends

The inspection and construction of the project are funded by a 3 million dollar property tax levy for street improvements.


The selected consultant will be the principle point of contract between the contractor and the City of Lancaster. The selected inspector will represent the City of Lancaster in the field with the general traveling public, residents, and contractors. The Assistant City Engineer is the Project Manager and the Lancaster Department of Transportation Superintendent is the Project Owner.

The selected consultant will: be on the construction site anytime construction is taking place; communicate and coordinate with various City departments; keep a detailed daily diary of construction activities; perform wage interviews; track quantity of materials; assure that materials brought onto the site comply with the project specifications; assure that construction procedures comply with the project specifications; advise and help negotiate changes in the project costs, scope, and schedule; determine when and what materials testing is needed, attend project meetings; create a punch list and coordinate corrective work; oversee the maintenance of traffic for conformity to the OMUTCD; keep detailed and accurate records of all activity, and submit all records to the City.