As of August 24:  IMPORTANT MESSAGE FOR RESIDENTS NEAR SWEET HARMONY LANE. We are aware that the Sweet Harmony Lane road between Stillmeadow Court and Evensong Drive has rapidly deteriorated in condition. The road is suffering from a subgrade failure that will require extensive repair. This repair is slated for a bid opening on Friday, August 25. Work will begin as soon as the bids are reviewed and the winning bid accepted. However, until the work can begin, the road will remain damaged, and will require extra caution to navigate. We STRONGLY suggest pursuing alternate routes. Once repairs begin, that road will be closed to all traffic, and detours will be made. Please exercise caution when driving on this road while the city prepares for this work.

Nearly all other work for the 2017 Street Repair program has been completed.  If you still have a street repair issue, please contact David Plummer at [email protected] or 859-384-1511

As of July 17:  Work continues on curb and gutter replacement throughout the city, including on Aspen Place, Burleigh Lane; Cedarwood Drive; Mountain Laurel; Richmond; Hempsteade Drive and Westbrook Boulevard.  Asphalt repairs also continue on surface and pot hole repairs.  Major work as begun on Cherbourg Drive; Russwill and Golden Pond.  Residents in those areas should work with contractor notices regarding parking and other traffic signs placed in the area.

If you have a question regarding this repair effort, please contact the city at 859-384-1511.

As of July 5:  The City of Union will begin the annual Street Repairs Program the first week of July, 2017.

The Street Repairs program addresses issues in the hard scapes (streets, curbs, gutters and ADA crosswalk areas) throughout the city.  The City has five phases to the 2017 plan, addressing a wide variety of issues throughout the town.

Phase A of the 2017 Union Street Repairs program will begin the first week of July-weather permitting. Phase A includes installing replacement concrete curb & gutter, ADA wheel chair ramps, replacing sidewalks, adjusting water valves & seeding & mulching in various areas throughout the city.

As the program continues throughout the summer, this site will keep you updated as to where repairs are underway and advise residents when alternate routes may be needed.  Contractors for the city will also directly contact those affected residents to ensure awareness of the program, and allow time for residents to make adjustments in their daily routines where required.

If you have a question regarding this repair effort, please contact the city at 859-384-1511.