During the on-going "Shelter in Place Order" those Hudson construction projects that have already commenced will continue working. The start date for other, upcoming projects, may be delayed. More information regarding projects will be posted on the individual project website or on the City's construction projects Story Map below.
We apologize for any inconvenience our construction projects might cause. All construction is scheduled around school and community events to minimize the impact to the community. The dates are only approximate, and may change. To receive real-time alerts by email, sign up for Road Construction Alerts.
Construction ProjectsThe City of Hudson Engineering Department assists with the study, design and construction of numerous major infrastructure improvement projects (often referred to as Capital Improvement Projects) including storm water improvements, traffic upgrades, roadway and intersection improvements, and water distribution system improvements. These infrastructure studies and projects are selected by project benefit, available funding, and other factors.
Click the map to view the 2020-2025 Construction Projects.
Annual Road ProgramsThe annual Asphalt Resurfacing Program and Concrete Program are yearly projects that aim to improve roadways throughout the City. Roads are selected for the project based on a rating system, with roads receiving the poorest ratings targeted for improvement. The City attempts to rate all asphalt streets every two years. Most asphalt streets in the City that are scheduled to be resurfaced fall within a range of a 30-55 rating.
Click the map to view the 2020-2022 Annual Road Programs.
Road Program Update
Council is considering a proposal that would authorize $5 million to add to the current Road Program budget, making it possible to do more roads faster.
Tree removal for the Valley View Road Detention Pond project began today, Monday, March 9. The trees that are being removed are on City property or within the right-of-way and are being removed ahead of the full construction of the project. Read on...
SR 8 Update from ODOT District 4: SR 8 North will be restricted to one lane tonight (3/5/20) for rumble strip placement. In addition, the SR 8 northbound off ramp to SR 303 is expected to close on March 11, 2020.
This week, tree removal will begin for the SR 91 North Turn Lane Project. Tree removal is scheduled to last approximately two weeks, weather permitting. Two-way traffic will be maintained with minor delays. Read on...
Beginning on Sunday, March 1, ramps will be closed on SR 8 and northbound traffic will be split into contra-flow. Read on...
Ph: (330) 342-1197
Assistant City Engineer
Ph: (330) 342-1776
1140 Terex Road
Hudson, OH 44236
Ph: (330) 342-1770
HoursMonday - Friday
7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.