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Yes. The Contractor will provide advance notice of 24 hours for any driveway that will be out of service and non-accessible. The contractor will be required to provide a parking location for two vehicles for up to 10 hours of closing the driveway, at each property. If the driveway cannot be opened within 10 hours to vehicle traffic, the contractor shall provide parking for vehicles, but no longer than 24 hours.
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The plan assists the City of Hudson with funding and planning future sidewalks within Hudson. It helps us coordinate connections to other regional trails and walkways in our area with the goal of continually improving safe and practical community-wide bicycle and pedestrian activity in the community.
View the Sidewalk and Trail Master Plan map here.
The proposed sidewalks and trails will allow residential neighborhoods to connect to parks, trails, to downtown, neighborhoods, and schools, therefore allowing safe, community-wide, non-vehicular travel in Hudson.
Visit www.hudson.oh.us/2021SidewalkProjects for more information.
No. The sidewalk work and any other public capital incidental construction items on this project are budgeted within the City of Hudson’s Annual Budget.
Yes. The contractor will need to provide access to these services during the construction of the project. Except for when a driveway is being constructed, the owner should notify the City of any large deliveries one day in advance of delivery.
Yes. The Contractor will need to provide access to this service during the construction of the project.
The City will provide a 24-hour contact number from the contractor doing the work at the start of construction.
Yes. The City will send out a letter in advance of the project bidding to notify residents who will need to relocate their private irrigation and dog fences prior to construction.
Yes. The above items will need to be relocated prior to construction.
Yes. Per Hudson Codified Ordinance 660.05, owners shall keep sidewalks, curbs, and gutters in repair and free from snow, ice, or any other nuisance, and to remove all snow and ice accumulated theron within a reasonable time, which will ordinarily not exceed 12 hours after any storm during which the snow and ice has accumulated.
Yes. The City will construct sidewalks to be accessible to persons with disabilities to the extent technically feasible.
The Connectivity Plan has been renamed the Sidewalk and Trail Master Plan.
The City has completed the public comment phase for this current round of projects. The City conducted multiple public meetings with the City Council and Mayor, including individual Ward Meetings, At-Large meetings, City Council meetings, and solicited public comment at the Farmers Market in 2020. The City also created a citizen committee to obtain input from various neighborhoods within the City.