Columbus City Council Voting On Lighting Project In Linden
Columbus City Council on Monday plans to approve a contract for a project to replace street lights in Linden.
The SMART Lighting Pilot project will replace about 2,500 street lights in the neighborhood with LED lights. Simultaneously, the city is negotiating a contract with a Smart Lighting Control System vendor, who would install smart lighting nodes when the project is complete.
City Council hopes the lights will increase residents’ sense of safety and deter crime in the neighborhood.
The city plans to enter into a construction contract with Complete General Construction Company for $892,250.50 to complete the project.
According to a Columbus City Council spokeswoman, the city estimates it will begin replacing the lights in late June. However, there is no official timeline yet for the duration of the project.