The city of Niles is slated for approximately $1.4 million in local street resurfacing throughout the spring and summer months.

The funding comes from multiple sources including approximately $700,000 worth of local dollars, $225,000 in Ohio Public Works Commission (OPWC) Grant funds and $500,000 in federal grant funds.

The following streets are slated to be resurfaced:

- Cassandra (North Road to Trumbull)

- Mill Creek (Gypsy Lane to Moreland)

- Gypsy Lane (Brentwood to Moreland)

- Woodglenn (North Road to Dead End)

- Johnny Cake (SR-422 to City Limit)

- Clark (Hogarth to Hiram)

- Pleasant Run (Belle Terre to Medowlark)

- Roosevelt (Taft to Spruce)

- Shaw (SR-46 to Dead End)

- Clinton (Taft to Dead End)

- North Carnegie (Robbins Avenue to Dead End)

- Tripodi Circle (Shadowridge Drive to Shadowridge Drive)

- Oak Knoll (Hillcrest to McKinley)

- Fenton (Mahoning to Ann)

- Lincoln Avenue (Hughes to North Bentley)

- North Bentley (Niles-Vienna to Griffin and Robbins Avenue to Harris)

- Wade (John to Dragon Drive)

- Highland (Warren Avenue to West Park)

- Pleasant (Warren Avenue to West Park)

- Chestnut (Water to Smith)

- Smith (Hyde to Chestnut)

- Salt Springs (Fifth to City Limits)

- East Federal (Vienna Avenue to Main Street)