Our Road Department is getting ready for your Summer road work.  As funds are available, the below list of roads represents the maintenance schedule this year.  Please note that the first group of roads will be chipped and sealed at the Township's expense, while the second group of roads will be paid for by the Sunoco Pipeline Company.

The following work will be done by Suffield Township:

 

Chip & Seal

     Etter Road from State Route 43 to the west township limits

     Shaffer Road from Waterloo Road to the east township limits

     Bolender Road from Portage Line Road to Heimbaugh Road

     Swartz Road from State Route 43 to Congress Lake Road

     Trares Road from Congress Lake Road to May Road

     Martin Road from U.S. Route 224 to Bolender Road

     Congress Lake Road from Waterloo Road to U.S. Route 224

 

The following work will be done by the Sunoco Pipeline Company:

 

     Martin Road from Saxe Road to Randolph Road - chip & seal

     Lansinger Road from Randolph Road to the Mogadore Reservoir - chip & seal

     Trares Road from State Route 43 to Congress Lake Road - chip & seal

     Congress Lake Road from U. S. Route 224 to Saxe Road - chip & seal

     Randolph Road from Martin Road to State Route 43 - repair failed spots,

          repave with 2" of asphalt and then chip & seal

     Martin Road from Randolph Road to U.S. Route 224 - repair failed spots,

          repave with 2" of asphalt and then chip & seal

    

 

 

Street Light Outages

If you see a street light that is out or intermittent, you can contact First Energy directly via their secure online Lighting Problem website. The website is the fastest method to report lights, and it also allows for the Township or residents to receive follow up on the status of the repairs.

Snow Removal Notice to private contractors and home owners
The Township has an ongoing problem with homeowners and private snow removal contractors pushing snow into the streets. It is important to know that the township has a right to keep its roads free from obstructions, and placing snow on the road from a private drive is creating or has the potential to create obstructions (which depending on the amount being plowed into the roadway) could create hazardous conditions. Along those lines, you may be exposed to liability if you place an obstruction or hazard on the road, if it might cause traffic hazards. Please be courteous when removing snow from your driveways, and don't push it into the road.