Four road resurfacing projects are set to begin in the city, likely in the spring, said Campbell Mayor Bill VanSuch.
Money for three of those projects will come from tax money raised through a levy passed in November, said VanSuch. The levy raises $197,285 a year.
VanSuch said Sanderson, Porter and Penhale avenues from Sixteenth Street to Struthers-Liberty Road will be paved.
Piccadilly Street from Ridge to Robinson roads will also be paved in the spring, he said.
Money for that project will come from Community Development Block Grant Funds, which are federal dollars used in low- to moderate-income neighborhoods.
VanSuch said the city does not yet know the costs of the projects.
The engineer must give project specifications, and then the city will advertise for bids, VanSuch said.