What’s Happening to the Bridge on North Main Street?

The North Main Street Bridge in Chagrin Falls will be undergoing construction to rehabilitate and beautify the aging structure that was originally built in 1857.

In addition to receiving structural reinforcements, the original bridge will be “encased” with a new concrete and stone-arched bridge, and the road and sidewalks above the supporting structure will be replaced. Considerable time and effort have gone into selecting the design and materials of the bridge to ensure we maintain its historic character.

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1. What’s Happening to the Bridge on North Main Street?
2. Why is the Construction Necessary? Why Now?
3. Who’s Doing the Work?
4. When Will Work Begin/How Long Will it Last?
5. How Will Traffic be Affected?
6. Will There be Any Changes to Access to Parking?
7. How Will Merchants be Affected?
8. How are the Fire and Police Departments Ensuring Safety During the Construction?
9. What Impact Might the Construction Have on Events Scheduled During the Construction?