The Department of Public Works is currently facilitating the following construction work and services throughout the city. Please scroll down to the map below for further details. 

Meigs Street Construction
The City of Sandusky has contracted with Underground Utilities for the Meigs Street Reconstruction & Multi-use Path project, which includes reconstruction of the concrete portion (Water to Washington Streets), resurfacing of the asphalt portion (Washington to First Streets) and extending the Sandusky Bay Pathway from Water to Sycamore Streets.

Work has begun on Meigs Street from Washington to Water Streets being brought down to one lane of traffic traveling northbound only. This will stay in affect for several weeks while crews work on opening the roadway to install underground utilities. All access will be maintained to businesses in this area, including the Bait House Brewer, Sandusky Sailing Club, Battery Park, Maritime Museum and Sandusky Municipal Court. We ask that all vehicular traffic use extreme caution when traveling this area during working hours as there will be large equipment working in this area.

Cleveland Road Improvements Project - Open House

The city of Sandusky, in coordination with the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT), is planning roadway improvements along the Cleveland Rd (US 6) corridor. Improvements will address increasing congestion and mobility issues, as well as escalating crash rates. The project is tentatively scheduled to be constructed beginning in the 2024 construction season.

We ask that all questions and comments be submitted no later than July 15, 2022 by email, phone, or mail at the contact information below. If sending by email or mail, we encourage the use of the above comment form.

Josh Snyder
City of Sandusky
240 Columbus Ave
Sandusky, Ohio 44870
419-627-5875
jsnyder1@ci.sandusky.oh.us 

Water Distribution - Hydrant Flushing

The Division of Water Distribution will commence flushing fire hydrants within the City, starting Monday, April 18, 2021. Periodic flushing of water mains is required to ensure high quality of water. Crews will move through zones in consecutive order, starting with Zone 1. It takes approximately one week to complete each zone. 

Residents and business owners should use caution during this flushing period, as turbulence may occur in the water main and travel into customer water pipes
. If this happens, flush the cold water line until the water runs clear. (Turbulence is cloudy water, sometimes brownish red in color that may stain or discolor clothing and food products.)


All questions about hydrant flushing and water quality may be directed to Big Island Water Works at 419.627.5805.

 2022 Local Street Resurfacing Project
The City of Sandusky has contracted with Precision Paving of Milan, Ohio for the 2022 Local Street Resurfacing project. This project consists of placing new asphalt on over 78 segments of streets within the City, totaling over 7.3 miles of new asphalt. 

The week of June 6th, the contractor will be working on resetting the manholes in the roadway along the project route, which consists of some concrete work and barricades being placed around the manholes. Minimal disruption to vehicular traffic is expected, by ask motorist to use extreme caution when traveling these areas. 


2022 Sewer Interceptor Cleaning
They City has contract with C & K Industrial services to clean the sewer interceptors west of the Wastewater Treatment Plant to Monroe Street and eastward towards Farwell Street. Work is set to start on the east side of the City starting Monday, June 6th and work their way west. There will be minimal disruption to vehicular traffic while work is being done.

2022 Sewer Lining Project
The City has contracted with United Survey to preform sewer slip lining of 7,578 linear feet of various sizes of sewer lines on portions of West Monroe Street, 44th Street, 48th Street, Judy Lane, Ashburn Drive, Dixon Drive, Hancock Street, Franklin Street, Caldwell Street Shelby Street and Jackson Street Extension. Lining of the sewers is expected to begin the week of June 6th, the specific locations will be issued that week.

The week of June 27th the contractor will be working in the following locations;
48th Street (Hancock to 314-526)
44th Street (100 to Hancock)
Shelby Street (Jefferson to 417 Adams)