24-Hour Bridge Closing - Alex Bell Pike

Paul Gruner, P.E., P.S., Montgomery County Engineer, wishes to advise the public regarding a temporary closing at the Alex-Bell Pike Bridge Replacement project between Munger Road and W. Rahn Road. 

In order to complete the final concrete deck pour for the project, it is necessary to close the bridge for a 24 hour period. This closing has been scheduled and cancelled several times due to adverse weather on the scheduled days. It has now been rescheduled again for Monday, October 3, 2011, and at this time the weather forecast looks very favorable. It is still weather dependent should the forecast change. The patience of the public and their careful, safe driving during these operations is greatly appreciated.

Alex-Bell Road will be closed between Munger Road and Rahn Road beginning Monday, October 3, 2011, at 7:00 PM, and lasting until 7:00 PM on Tuesday, October 4, 2011. A detour will be posted via Munger Road to Mad River Road back to Alex-Bell Road, and vice versa. Local traffic will be maintained to properties on Alex-Bell on each side of the bridge, but the bridge will be totally closed.

County Engineers in Ohio are required by law to be registered as both Professional Engineers (P.E.) and Professional Surveyors (P.S.). They are responsible for the maintenance and construction of county roads and maintenance and construction of bridges on county roads, township roads, and certain streets within municipalities. They are also responsible for maintaining land surveying records, checking the accuracy and adequacy of recorded land transfer records, and establishing or re-establishing certain land survey monuments.

Montgomery County Engineer’s Office:  (937) 225-6040.

News
Montgomery County ADAMHS Receives System of Excellence Certification
Montgomery County Alcohol, Drug Addiction & Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) has received the highest level of recognition possible due to the diligent work of its staff and volunteers.  Read More...
Assistant County Administrator Receives Leadership/Diversity Award
Assistant Montgomery County Administrator Amy Wiedeman has been recognized as one of the 2014 Most Powerful and Influential Women of Ohio by the Ohio Diversity and Leadership Council.  Read More...
Nominations Sought for 2015 Brother Ray Award
The Montgomery County Family and Children First Council is seeking nominations of qualified candidates to be considered for the 2015 Brother Raymond L. Fitz, S.M. Award.  Read More...
Montgomery County Receives 31st Consecutive Budget Award
The Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) is honoring Montgomery County for the 31st consecutive year with the "GFOA Distinguished Budget Presentation Award."  Read More...
More News...