The planned Wooster Street pavement rehabilitation work is nearly complete. The contractor has removed and replaced portions of the concrete road base and plans to begin placing the intermediate course of asphalt next week. Once the intermediate asphalt is placed, temporary striping will occur and the road will open completely to traffic, including parking, and … Continue reading Construction Update – Downtown Projects
Columba Gas has been authorized to close a portion of South College Dr., from Wooster to the entrance of the Falcon Health Center, September 19 and 20. The street will close at 7:00 am and will reopen at 6:00 pm each day. Local access will remain open for the Health Center. The closure is required … Continue reading Columbia Gas Work – South College Closure
In conjunction with the Wooster Street rehabilitation, the intersections of West Wooster and Church Street along with East Wooster and Prospect will be closed September 18. The closures are required in order to repair the road base within each intersection. It is anticipated that both intersections will reopen September 19. This work is dependent upon … Continue reading Construction Closures – September 18
The Bowling Green Tree Commission 2nd annual photo contest is underway and there is still time for you to participate! The Tree Commission’s goal is to raise awareness of Bowling Green’s Urban Forest found both on public and private property. In 2019, the Commission is asking citizens to submit photos highlighting trees in all four … Continue reading 2019 Tree Commission Photo Contest
The City of Bowling Green is accepting Statement of Qualifications from qualified firms to provide a comprehensive feasibility study for a new City Administrative Services Building (CASB).
Columba Gas has been authorized to close Crim Street, from Wooster to Clough, next Monday and Tuesday, September 16 and 17. The street will close at 7:00 am and will reopen at 6:00 pm each day. Local access will remain open. The closure is required in conjunction with the upgrading of natural gas lines.
The planned Wooster Street pavement rehabilitation work started this past Monday, September 9. The contractor has milled off both lanes of traffic so that the underground utilities can be marked by OUPS. The contractor plans to begin the process of repairing the concrete road base on September 12. This will begin by removing the damaged … Continue reading Construction Update – Downtown Projects
The planned work on Wooster Street is scheduled to begin Monday, September 9. Due to the relative narrow width of Wooster Street, it will be necessary for the safety of the traveling public as well as the contractor to close Wooster from Church to Main and Main to Prospect – the intersection of Main and … Continue reading Construction Update – Downtown Projects
In conjunction with the annual Black Swamp Arts Festival scheduled for September 6, 7, and 8, certain street closures and parking restrictions will be imposed in downtown Bowling Green. Beginning at 6:00 am on Thursday, September 5, the eastern portion of City Parking Lot 2 will be closed. The entire lot will be closed beginning … Continue reading Black Swamp Arts Festival to Result in Downtown Closures
The City of Bowling Green’s Water Distribution Division will begin the process of flushing fire hydrants within the 4th Ward – followed by Ward 1, Ward 2, and then Ward 3. This work will begin this week and will be on-going for several weeks occurring daily, Monday – Friday, between the hours of 7:30 am … Continue reading Fire Hydrant Flushing and Testing Program