Leroy Township Trustees will be accepting bids until 7:00 pm, on Monday, March 16, 2020, at the Leroy Township Hall, 6684 Paine Rd. for the following:
Limestone, #8, 57, 67, 12, 304 & 411. Recycled concrete # 1&2 and 304. Cold Patch. Asphalt #301, 402, & 404. Ice grits, Emulsions SS-1, RS-2, and MS-2. Dust Control. Premium no blend gasoline and diesel supreme, (all-on-road).
Bids may be mailed to 13028 Leroy Center Rd. Painesville, Oh. 44077. Please mark on the envelope “Bid” or you can personally deliver to Leroy Township Hall @ 6684 Paine Road between 6:30 p.m. and 7:00 pm. on Monday, March 16, 2020.
Bids will be opened and read at 7:00 p.m. on March 16, 2020, at the regular scheduled Trustees meeting. Trustees reserve the right to accept or reject any or all bids.
Fiscal Officer, Leroy Township
Rich Van Pelt, Jr.
ROAD DEPARTMENT E-MAIL
The Road and Service Department provides service and maintenance of township roads, parks, and cemeteries.
The following 22 miles of township roads that are under their jurisdiction are Abby, Autumn, Baker, Callow, Chadwick, Eaglebrook, Edgebrook, Horizon, Indian Point, Jennings, Jodi, Lester, Maggie, Mildon, Monte, North End LeRoy Center, Piney Hollow, Proctor, Radcliffe, Rustic, Seeley, Shirley, Spring, Sumner, Taylor and Valentine.
Excavation work is the leading cause of damage to natural gas lines and other underground utility facilities. Ohio law requires excavators, contractors and property owners, to contact the state’s one-call system OHIO811 by dialing 8-1-1, at least two working days before digging. This is a FREE service. OHIO811 will notify utilities to mark line locations so that you can avoid costly damage to underground utility lines.
KNOW WHAT’S BELOW……Call before you dig……..811.
Mail-Box Policy Resolution (effective 12/29/08)
Leroy Township will follow the Lake County Engineer’s mailbox replacement policy. No “Rubbermaid” style mail boxes will be replaced. A value of up to $35.00 will be the maximum replacement cost. Leroy Township will only replace a mail box that has been damaged by a direct hit with the vehicle or snow plow. A mail box which has been damaged by thrown or pushed snow does not warrant replacement. The Township will replace or repair a mailbox damaged by DIRECT contact with the snow plow vehicle or plow blade with a standard 4 x 4 wooden treated post and mailbox as approved by the US Postal Service.
Road Use Maintenance Agreement (pdf)
For timber harvesting projects and infrastructure