The Town Hall Park improvement project is set to bid on January 17th, 2018 with the intent to begin construction in the spring and complete the project in the fall.
Once the project has been awarded to a contractor, Westwood Coalition will host a public meeting to review project schedule and details.
Below is a rendering of the proposed finish look of the park. Also attached are the actual construction drawings that the awarded contractor will use to renovate the park (construction drawings are subject to change).
Construction should begin in early September.
Pending how the weather plays out in the fall of 2017, some work may need to be completed in the spring/summer of 2018.
We will hold a project information session in late July / early August. This public session will review the final park design and project schedule so we can all know what to expect and when to expect it.
Update as of September 26 – the project will still be completed, though the start date may now be in the spring of 2018.
Channel 12 posted a very nice story about the revitalization efforts seeing results in Westwood’s Historic Business District today.
The owners of Lillywood and West Side Brewing as well as WestCURC’s Executive Director were interviewed.
Check out the video here:
“New stores and restaurants revitalizing local neighborhood“
This article was originally published by WCPO on January 20th
MKSK (designer) and Cincinnati Parks are into the design development phase with a goal to bid the project in April. Hopeful groundbreaking date in June with the majority of the improvements completed by the end of 2017.
Pending how the weather plays out in the fall of 2017, some finishing work may need to be completed in the spring of 2018.
Representatives of the Westwood Coalition and the City of Cincinnati Department of Traffic & Engineering will be on hand Tuesday, August 30, 2016 at 7:00 pm in the parlor at Westwood Town Hall to speak again exclusively to the proposed closing of the short section of Urwiler Ave between Harrison Ave and Epworth Ave. Note that this is an information sharing and listening session. It is not a hearing. We will start with the proposal and the process that led the Coalition to this recommendation. Then we will address a number of questions that were raised by neighbors. Then we will open it up to questions. We will end not later than 8:30 pm.