Recently Completed Projects

Clague Park Pool 

This $7,500,000 project was awarded to Seitz Builders, Inc. and consists of the removal of the existing pool at Clague Park and the construction of a new state of the art Family Aquatic Center. 


It won't be long until residents can have leisurely days swimming at the new Clague Park pool featuring five distinct bodies of water.  This transformation of the former outdoor pool to the new state of the art aquatic center is well under way with only the freshly painted water slides remaining from the former pool.  The new bathhouse and fully equipped concession stand buildings have been constructed with the exterior face brick being installed and interior finishes to follow.  All the pool walls have been completed allowing one to see the shear vast size of the new site with 21,000 square feet of fun and exciting pool surface to be enjoyed on hot summer days compared to the 11,000 square feet of the former pool.

Update:  Pool is now opened! Visit our Recreation Dept web page for details. 

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Bid Info: Bid was opened on March 7, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. The low bidder was Seitz Builders, Inc. Please see our Bid Tabs for more information.

Westlake Recreation Center- Men's Locker Room Renovation

It is hard to believe the Recreation Center is over 20 years old.  So in order to provide the best experience for its patrons the Men’s Locker Room at this great facility will be renovated, which includes the following work to be preformed by Sander Contracting, in late spring of 2019:

  • New plastic lockers that are impact, scratch and dent resistant. Best of all they won’t rust!
  • New toilet and shower partitions
  • New floor with tile for the chic look of an upscale country club.
  • New modern sink and new sauna.

Update: This project is substantially completed. 


Bid Info: Bid was opened on August 28, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. The low bidder is Sander Contracting. Please see our Bid Tabs for more information.

2019 Pavement Crack and Joint Seal

The City of Westlake currently has this project out to bid. The project will include crack sealing on various asphalt roadways throughout the city. The sealant is applied to cracks in the pavement to prevent the migration of water into the pavement, which damages the roadway during freeze cycles. This is another cost effective preventative maintenance technique used by the city to maintain quality road surfaces for the traveling public. Please view the street index Opens a New Window.  of all roads to be sealed this year.


Update: This project is completed for the 2019 year. 


Bid Info: Bid was opened on March 14, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. the low bidder is AnnSeal Inc. Please see out Bid Tabs for more information.

Sidewalk Repair Program

The City of Westlake contracted with A & J Cement to replace various sidewalk slabs through out entire city. If a sidewalk was in violation of the City Code, the City sent out or will be sending out violation letters to the resident with a copy of that inspection. To review the homes that were marked with violation(s), please visit our electronic mapping system of violated sidewalksOpens a New Window.. Click on the corresponding dot to view the violation and pictures of those walks. A pop up menu will open with data and picture links.


Update: This project is substantially completed. 

2018 Waterline Replacement and Roadway Rehabilitation (Rose Rd. and Clark Pkwy.)

The City of Westlake contracted with Digioia-Suburban Excavating, LLC . for the replacement of the watermains on Rose Rd. and Clark Pkwy. (the intersection of Creekside Dr. going north to Westwood Rd.) Digioia Suburban also repaired sections of the existing storm and sanitary sewer. For final completion of the project they rehabilitated manholes and catch basins, and removed the top 3 inches of pavement and placed a fresh courase of asphalt down.

Bradley Rd. Culvert Replacement C-05.44

The City of Westlake partnered with Cuyahoga County to fund this project. The County covered 80% of the cost and Westlake covered the remaining 20%. Our Engineering Department designed a precast structure to replace the 4 ft. by 12 ft. 75 year old box culvert. This project has helped to improve safety and reduce local flooding. The work by Winters Excavating included laying a new asphalt surface on the approaches to the culvert.


Dover Ditch Stream Restoration Project



The City of Westlake awarded this project to Mr. Excavator, Inc. The site work for this project included the realignment of the existing Dover Ditch to extend its total length and to follow a more serpentine alignment.  

These improvements have enhanced the existing lesser-defined drainage ditches transforming the area into a riparian corridor with fore bays, settling ponds, shallow wetlands, wetland floodplains and native plantings, transforming them into natural habitats to promote biodiversity that will improve the quality of storm water runoff in the area. The tree clearing was preformed early spring of 2017, so that the Indiana Bats (Myotis sodalis), were not disturbed. 

Please view our drone video  and our Power Point Presentation on the improvement area. 

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