WARREN - The Trumbull County Engineer's Office and eight communities will make road improvements worth $2 million to $2.5 million in this year's countywide paving program.
Bazetta, Howland, Hubbard Township, Vienna, Warren Township, Weathersfield, Lordstown and Newton Falls have joined the Engineer's Office in asking for bids in an attempt to make the cost cheaper, but each will still be able to pick the best offer.
The paving will be done by the end of October. The roads that will be paved are:
Weathersfield - Oakview Drive from Poplar Street to Beech Street;
Bazetta - Millennium Boulevard from state Route 5 to Walmart;
Howland - Kenmore Avenue from Overland Avenue to Weir Road, Wilson Avenue from Overland Avenue to North River Road, Pleasant Valley Drive from Atlantic Street to North Road, Raccoon Drive from Raglan Drive to Pegotty Drive, Anderson Avenue from the Trumbull County Dog Pound to state Route 46, Rolling Meadows Drive from Stonecreek Lane to King Graves Road, Howland Springs Road from Howland Wilson Road to Stillwagon Road, Ridge Road from state Route 169 to Orchard Avenue, Boston Avenue from Deforest Road to Crestview Avenue and Crestview Avenue from Boston Avenue to North Road;
Hubbard Township - Pine Grove Drive from state Route 7 to the cul-de-sac;
Vienna - A portion of Bonnie Brae Road near Warren Sharon Road;
Warren Township - A portion of Choctaw Avenue near South Leavitt Road;
Lordstown - Palmyra Road from Salt Springs Road to Ellsworth Bailey Road, Hallock Young Road from Lyntz Road to the mobile home community and Bacher Road from Palmyra Road to Hewitt Gifford Road;
Newton Falls - Ravenna Road from Maple Street to Church Street, Water Street from Main Street to Fairport Street and a portion of Arlington Road.
Also, the Trumbull County Engineer's Office will be paving North River Road from North Road to state Route 46.