Pinewood is being resurfaced between Laurel Road and Applewood. Traffic will be maintained but it is recommended that non-local traffic avoid the area until work is completed.
The Laurel Road Reconstruction Phase 1 project is scheduled to begin Monday, July 16. The road will be closed to through traffic between Pearl Road and Maxwell Boulevard. The posted detour is via Pearl Road, Center Road and Maxwell Boulevard. Local traffic will be maintained in the eastbound direction only between Pearl Road and just east of Brintnall Drive. Residents of Laurel Road between Pearl and Brintnall will only be able to access their homes via Pearl Road during construction, along with residents of Stone Manor, Hobbits Glen, and Meadowland Drive. Residents of Clemson, Eastwood, Mary Ellen and Brintnall are asked to avoid Laurel Road during construction.
Residents of Laurel Road between Brintnall and Maxwell will be able to access their homes via Maxwell.
This traffic pattern will be in place until late October. Eastbound local traffic will be maintained at all times, but delays are likely in the work zone.
The County has completed its work on Sleepy Hollow, which is now open.
July 18, 2018
Medina County Engineers are planning on culvert replacements and ditching on Sleepy Hollow between Josephine and Gaylann next week. Sleepy Hollow will be closed to all traffic at Etta starting Monday morning July 23 and will reopen to traffic by Friday evening July 27. The detour route will be West 130th to SR 3 to Hamilton to SR 42 if traveling westbound and reverse for eastbound.
Medina County is still planning on starting the milling and resurfacing of Substation Road Monday, July 30 and they anticipate construction to last for 3 weeks. They plan to start at Hamilton and head north through Brunswick.
There are two intersections in Brunswick that will be affected. They are Wolff Drive and Cottonwood lane. The contractor plans to mill off approximately 2” of asphalt and place 3.25” of new asphalt. In doing that they will feather the asphalt back on the side streets around 20’ to provide a smooth transition.
See the Substation tab for previously released information.
July 23, 2018
Medina County Engineers are planning on resurfacing Substation Road through the Brunswick area the week of July 30th. Traffic will be maintained but will be down to one lane in the active construction area. The County will be milling 2.5” of asphalt pavement and placing 2.75” of new asphalt.
Currently the transitions from Substation onto Wolff and Cottonwood are steep. They anticipate transitioning the new asphalt around 20’ onto the side streets to provide a better transition.
August 8, 2018
South Carpenter Road will be closed for one day only on Wednesday, August 8 for a Brunswick Hills culvert replacement project.
July 27, 2018
Brunswick City Schools will be doing asphalt repairs to Boyer Drive August 6 & 7. Boyer will remain open during repairs.