Wolf Road Resurfacing
Beginning at 5:30am on Friday, September 9, eastbound Wolf Road traffic between Dover Center Road and Clague Road will be shifted from the north side of Wolf Road to the south side to allow for milling and then asphalting on the north side.
Travel on Wolf Road between Dover Center and Clague will be eastbound only and 25 MPH for the duration of the project, with westbound travel detoured to Lake Road. Other detours will be implemented as needed, please follow all posted signs. RTA line #55B detour.
Cuyahoga County will resurface Wolf Road from Clague Road to just east of Cahoon Road and from Cahoon Road west to Sutcliffe. Dedicated bike lanes will be included on each side of the roadway from Dover Center to Clague Roads by widening Wolf Road on the south side, diagram below. Sidewalks will not be impacted except where crosswalk ramps need to be updated to current ADA standards.
While Cuyahoga County anticipated that this project would be completed over two years, the contract was recently awarded to a firm that has the resources to complete it in 2022. Construction will begin around June 6 and last until the end of November. To achieve this timeline, one-way eastbound traffic will be maintained for the duration of the construction project from Dover Center Road to Clague Road. Westbound Wolf Road traffic will be detoured onto Lake Road. There will be temporary detours posted for short periods when construction is occurring in front of the Bay Middle School and Bay Square commercial area.
Wolf Road residents will be notified if/when your driveway access will be impacted. If a portion of your driveway apron is removed during the construction process, it will be replaced with the same material that was removed.
As part of this project, Clague Road will be restriped from Wolf Road to Lake Road to include bike lanes on both sides. These changes were recommended in the Bay Village Master Plan completed with the Cuyahoga County Planning Commission in 2016.
Improvements to the Wolf/Cahoon Road intersection are covered under a separate contract as federal funds were received for this portion of roadway. Construction for this intersection will take place in 2023.
Trash, recycling, bulk pickup, brush, and leaf collection services for all affected residents will be maintained during construction. Place your trash and recycling cans near the street on your tree lawn or driveway apron as usual. The contractor will move the carts further into the road for collection, then return them to your tree lawn or apron after collection.