Phases 1 and 2 of the Enon-Xenia Road project have been completed. The road is now open to traffic south of Rebert Pike.
June 5 to August 11
To take advantage of Greenon’s summer break and to increase safety during the storm sewer work, the County Engineer will allow the contractor to close the road starting June 5 between Rebert Pike and Oak Hill Drive. A detour will be posted.
After August 11, the contractor will be restricted to the west side of the roadway only while opening the east side of the road for northbound traffic. Southbound traffic will be detoured. The contractor will continue work on the storm sewer, reconstruct the west side of the roadway, and replace the sidewalk and drive approaches.
The contractor will be restricted to the east side of the roadway only while maintaining the west side of the road for northbound traffic. Southbound traffic will continue to be detoured. The contractor will install the remaining storm sewer, reconstruct the east side of the roadway, and install the sidewalk and path.
The contractor will re-open the roadway to two-lane, two-direction traffic and install the final course of asphalt, permanent pavement markings, and signage.
Your patience throughout this project is appreciated. Please watch for changes in traffic patterns and follow signs accordingly. We apologize in advance for any inconveniences!
NOTE: Road construction and utility projects are subject to constant change due to inclement weather and unexpected findings.
Clark County Engineer’s Office: (937) 521-1803