Major Water Main Replacement in Centerville

Montgomery County Water Services will be replacing the 70 plus year old water main in Centerville on South Main Street between Franklin Street and Tuxworth Road.  Associated Excavating, Inc of Brookville, Ohio will be performing the work. 

The work will begin at 7 AM on Monday, April 11th and is expected to be completed by mid-July.  Traffic on Main Street will be reduced at all times throughout the project to one lane in each direction between Franklin Street and Tuxworth Road.  Traffic will also be affected at the intersection of Main Street and Franklin Street.  

Area homes and businesses located on South Main Street have been notified about the project.  There will be temporary loss of water services while the replacement is being completed.  Notifications of dates and times will be distributed to those affected prior to any service interruptions.    “We are making every attempt to minimize the disruption to our customers and to the traffic in the area,” stated Steve Schulze, Water Services Acting Director.   “Replacing the aging infrastructure is necessary to avoid future problems.   We appreciate the patience and understanding of the public as we make this needed upgrade.” 

For additional project information, contact Dave Hodgson at (937)781-2640. 

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