The City’s annual pavement maintenance project is in design. To view the list of streets to be treated this year, please click on the link below.
The City has, through its Capital Improvement Program, implemented a program to resurface and reseal its streets as needed annually to restore and preserve this vital infrastructure. As a result of this effort, the City’s Pavement Condition Index has improved from a value of 64 (considered “fair”) in 2000 to 78 (considered “very good“) in 2012. The City uses a Pavement Management Program (PMP) to track the condition of streets and develop maintenance treatment recommendations. Each year, streets are evaluated in the field to update the PMP data, which provides the framework to determine which streets should receive maintenance paving, and what form of maintenance should be done (slurry seal, pavement inlay or overlay, or reconstruction). Analysis and design work are then performed in order to prepare the plans and specifications so the project can be advertised for construction bids.
FY 2013/14 budget: approx. $950,000
Schedule: The 2013 project is tentatively scheduled to occur in September, contingent on receiving acceptable construction bids.
Map of streets
/List of streets
to be in this year's project.
Updated: July 2, 2013