Road maintenance activities include: resurfacing programs, repairing damaged asphalt, repairing potholes, and maintaining curbs and gutters. The roads maintained by Stonelick Township are listed below.
||Quitter / East-West
||Galley Hill Road
||Old SR 131
||Wild Rose Lane
Collector streets such as Jackson Pike, Belfast Road, Brushy Fork Road, Newtonsville-Hutchinson Road and Stonelick Williams Corner Road are maintained by Clermont County Engineer's Office. Federal Route (Rt 50) and State Routes (SR131, SR132, SR222 and SR276) are maintained by the Ohio Department of Transportation. Developers are responsible for non-dedicated roads.
Ohio Revised Code 55.43.14 - County engineer to trim or remove vegetation along roads...click here for more details.
Right of Way:
- Township Right of Way 30 feet
- County Road Right of Way 40 feet
- State Road Right of way 50 feet
The public right of way or easement is the right to use over land or real estate property of another. It is land reserved for a street, walkway, or other public use. The right of way is often described as the right to use the land of another for a special purpose. Unlike a lease, an easement does not give the holder a right of “possession” of the property, only a right of use. Rule of Thumb - Telephone poles are placed within one (1) foot of the right of way.
Several items may occupy space within the right of way such as sidewalks, street lights, traffic signals, fire hydrants and storm sewers. Public utilities may also be within the right of way.
Stonelick Township requires that you must obtain permission prior to the start of any excavation within the right of way. This includes curb gutter, storm drainage, sewer tie-ins, water main tie-ins, street construction and/or repairs, and road cut.