Bike Trail Closure: Little Miami Scenic Trail Pedestrian Bridge Replacement by ODNR
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) will replace the pedestrian bridge on the Little Miami Scenic Trail over O’Bannon Creek. This is the bridge just northeast of the restroom building in Nisbet Park. Read closure dates and project updates.
West Loveland Avenue Traffic Study
The City of Loveland has partnered with an engineering firm to examine traffic patterns of the West Loveland Area bridge and surrounding area. A public survey was conducted in Summer 2023. Please stay tuned for more public engagement opportunities, including open houses.
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South Riverside Avenue / East Kemper Road
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Louisville District is working in partnership with the City of Loveland to find the best possible solutions to address erosion and unstable streambank concerns within the area.
USACE is currently conducting a study, which is in the Feasibility Phase where data is gathered to determine is gathered to determine possible alternatives.
The purpose of the Feasibility Study is to investigate a cost-effective and environmentally acceptable means to prevent active erosion at three sites along the Little Miami River that is threatening public infrastructure in the City of Loveland. The project aims to prevent the erosion from negatively impacting critical public infrastructure, a public road (East Kemper Road), which provides access to local residents, school buses, and emergency responders. Additionally, streambank erosion has impacted the adjacent roadway infrastructure and, as a result, vehicle occupant safety and utility lines. The goal of the project is to reduce current risks to public infrastructure and the life and safety of residents.
At this time, project design is expected to start in early 2025, with construction expected to start late 2025. However, these timeframes are subject to change based on the study’s findings.
If you have any questions about the study, or would like additional information, contact the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Louisville District Public Affairs Office at (502) 315-6767 or at Loveland.USACE@usace.army.mil.
Chestnut Street Property
Harrison Avenue Widening Project
Loveland-Miamiville Road Sidewalks
Second Street/State Route 48 Traffic Improvements
The city, working in partnership with the Adams County Land Bank, took possession of the former Mobil Station site after the prior owner concluded fuel center and retail operations, thus clearing the way for the property to be transferred. With the cessation of fuel center activities on the site and the associated transfer of the property to the land bank, the city can now begin the process of completing the environmental inspections required to demolish the former fuel center, remove the existing underground storage tanks, pursuing additional funding to assist in remediating current known and unknown issues associated with the past fuel center use. Additionally, with the transfer of the property, the city authorized testing to determine if there are existing, undocumented petroleum releases associated with any active underground storage tanks on site. Demolition occurred in February. Once the site is remediated, a right turn lane will be added along SR 48 to improve traffic flow.
Demo: February 2023
Utility Relocation: July-September 2023
Estimated Completion: October 2023
Second Street/State Route 48 Improvement (Mobil Station)
West Loveland Avenue Bridge
O'Bannonville Bridge (Goshen Township)
The Clermont County Engineer’s Office will replace the bridge on O’Bannonville Road near Hutchinson Road, which is located east of the city limits in Goshen Township. This project will require a roadway closure and detour route.
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East Loveland Avenue Improvements
Navaho & Cherokee Tot Lots
2023 Completed Projects
Annual Road Program
The city budgeted $1.2 million for its annual repair/paving program. Bids were received in February 2023 and the contract was awarded to J.K. Meurer Corp. The streets repaved as part of this year's project include: Apache Ct., Bellwood Dr. (Sunrise to West Terminus), Bloomfield Ct., Bridlespur, Cones Rd. (within City limits), County Down Ln. (Brandywine to South Terminus), Fox Chase Dr., High Country Ln., Highcliff Ct., a portion of Kerr Cemetery Rd., Navaho Dr., Oneida Dr., Potomac Ct., Pueblo Plc., Rednor Ct., Seminole Dr., Shelburn Dr., Silver Fox Ct., Sioux Dr., Sunrise Dr., and W. Main St. (Cherokee to West Terminus).
Karl Brown Way Crosswalk
A midblock crosswalk was installed between West Loveland Avenue and the train trestle near RODI Italian. This project included improvements to the storm sewer, sidewalk, landscaping, etc.
Nisbet Park Gazebo
Phillips Park Playground
The 2022 budget included $60,000 to install a playground in Phillips Park to replace the one that required removal in 2021. Installation was delayed due to supply chain issues. The new playset was installed in late January 2023, followed by mulching and landscaping.