OPWC grant helps fund road work in City of Tiffin

$125,000 grant covering third of project cost

  • A map showing the streets set to be improved with the grant funding can be viewed here.

TIFFIN, OHIO – May 3, 2021 – The City of Tiffin has received $125,000 in Ohio Public Works Commission funding to support a roadwork project in the City of Tiffin. The funding will cover a third of the estimated $375,000 cost.

The project will include street resurfacing, concrete pavement repair and Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant curb ramp construction on Hudson Street, Oak Street, North Monroe Street (North of Hudson Street), Franklin Street, Ash Street and Clyde Street. Construction is to take place between July to October, and is scheduled to be publicly bid in May.

This project is one of three street resurfacing projects scheduled to be constructed within the City of Tiffin this year, totaling an overall investment in excess of $1.6 million.

Tiffin Mayor Aaron Montz said, “A huge thank you to OPWC for this grant, which will help us stretch our dollars further to improve our city streets. Thank you to City Engineer Matt Watson for pursuing this funding and to the voters for approving the Road & Bridge Levy.”