Capital Improvement Plan
2022 Capital Improvement Plan Overview
The City plans to invest $3.31 million into street, park, facility, fleet and technology improvement and replacement projects in 2022. This is in addition to $13.08 million in projects funded through Federal, State, Ohio Public Works Commission, County and private funding sources.
The Street Improvement Projects listed below will be underway from mid-March through the end of April, weather permitting. Minimal disruption to neighboring residents and businesses is anticipated. Information on other projects is forthcoming.
Stay tuned to this webpage, Whitehall E-Update and the City's social media accounts for more information on projects as they advance throughout the year. Interested in what's being planned for future years? View the 5-Year CIP here.
Questions about the projects? Contact the Service Department at (614) 237-8612.
Current Project Updates
Mound Street Reconstruction:
View Construction Phasing
With new curbs poured, Straswer (the City's contractor) is moving into the next phase of reconstruction on Mound Street starting the week of April 18. For those living in the affected area, driveways will be maintained by temporary stone ramps as initial work is completed. Please drive with care in the area and expect full/partial closures as the work is underway.
Street Improvement Projects
Mound Street - Beechwood to Yearling
Langley Avenue - Yearling to Ross
Elbern Avenue - Maplewood to End
Etna Road - Maplewood to End
Washburn Avenue - Maplewood to End
|Pinewood Drive - Broad to Yearling||$229,000|
Total Budgeted Street Improvement Project Investment:
Park Improvement Projects
Whitehall Community Park Improvements
Senior Citizen Building Windows
Total Budgeted Park Improvement Project Investment:
Sewer Improvement Projects
Sewer Inspection and Cleaning
Sewer Maintenance and Rehabilitation
Total Budgeted Sewer Improvement Project Investment:
City-Wide Fleet Projects
City-Wide General Fleet Repair
|Prisoner Transport Van||$70,800|
|2022 Ford Explorers (2)||$110,100|
|Undercover Vans (2)||$40,000|
Total Budgeted City-Wide Fleet Maintenance Investment: