During the Tiffin City Council Streets, Sidewalks, and Sewers Committee meeting on Monday, October 30, the proposed street paving list for 2024 was announced, which resurfaces up to 24 streets. The plan will be brought before Tiffin City Council for approval at a later meeting. 

The base bid includes 23 streets and has an estimated construction cost of $1,180,000. The proposed schedule is to begin advertising the construction contract in late December/January, with the public bid opening to be scheduled in January.  Construction is expected to begin in the Spring/Summer of 2024.

The proposed base bids for 2024 street paving are as follows:

·         Ashwood Drive

·         Bobb Street

·         Charles Street

·         Charlotte Street

·         Ella Street

·         Euclid Avenue

·         Fourth Street

·         Front Street (Third Street to First Street)

·         Gibson Court

·         Hampden Park

·         Homer Street

·         Howard Avenue

·         Marlyn Street

·         Nelson Street

·         Olive Street (North Washington Street to Noble School)

·         Penn Street

·         Russell Street

·         Saint Francis Avenue

·         Scott Street

·         Third Street

·         Walker Street (Schonhardt Street to Circular Street)

·         Wall Street (Fourth Avenue to Miami Street)

·         West Davis Street (Wall Street to first Alley East of Wall Street)

     The alternate bid of West Market Street between Hopewell Avenue and Elmer Street has a total estimated construction cost of $105,000. It is the city's intent to resurface both the Base Bid and Alternate, so long as the projects can be completed within the proposed budget.

     City Engineer Matt Watson stated "Now that the Ella Street River Bridge Project is nearing completion, additional Road & Bridge Levy funds can be allocated annually towards street resurfacing. The 24 streets included on next year's list will be the new standard moving forward. The city can now focus on getting many of our overdue streets resurfaced and get back on track towards getting our streets on a 15-20 year paving cycle."