The City of Steubenville, in conjunction with the Brooke-Hancock-Jefferson Metropolitan Planning Commission (BHJ), is undertaking this project to improve the intersection of Lovers Lane and Ft. Steuben Drive.
The City has a history of ordinances and resolutions dating back to 1976 for improvements to Lovers Lane.
The City initiated a Concept Study in 2008 of the Lovers Lane corridor. This study included the T-intersection of Lovers Lane and Fort Steuben Drive. The Brooke, Hancock, Jefferson Regional Transportation Plan 2035 (approved in 2012) and the ODOT FY 2014-2017 Transportation Improvement Program include funding for an improvement at this intersection in 2016. Current project builds upon concepts previously developed in the 2008 study.
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The City of Steubenville has received a CHIP grant from the Ohio Development Services Agency (ODSA) in the amount of $250,000 to fund owner-occupied housing rehabilitation. In order to be eligible, single-family residential dwellings must be located in targeted areas, which consist of the LaBelle View neighborhood and the area west of North Seventh Street (Highland Avenue vicinity). Families who own and occupy residences in the targeted areas may qualify for assistance. Rental properties and properties being purchased on land contract are not eligible. Other eligibility requirements also apply. To learn more about the program and apply for assistance, please call (740) 283-6000, ext. 1702.
Applications will be processed on a first come, first served basis as long as funds are available.
Community Development Department
- COAF Application – Large File (43mb)
- Accessible Design Workshop
- Tenant Fair Housing Training
- Fair Housing Training for Social Service Professionals