For this year, the street rehabilitation project proposes to improve eighteen 21 segments of streets, resulting in a length of 4.6 miles of new paved road.
The streets selected have a low Pavement Condition Index and most of them have been identified as good candidates for a mill and overlay process that will allow for the extension of the pavement life. The project considers milling 2” of existing asphalt and resurfacing with 2” of new asphalt in most of the selected streets. This process avoids reconstructing the street from the base and allows the City to increase the area of newly paved surface for a lower cost. However, Yosemite Dr. and Oak St (from Eureka to End) are highly deteriorated and will receive a full-depth reconstruction. Fox Dr. and Gibralter Ln. present thin pavement sections and do not meet the requirements to perform milling, and these streets will receive a Hot Mix Asphalt overlay. Sanitary sewer manhole lids will be adjusted as needed on each street.
The street segments identified for this project are outlined in the table below (street segments that have been completed are shown with a line through them):
This project will begin in July 2021 and is anticipated to be completed by the end of September of the same year.
How will I be affected?
- Traffic control will be in place at all times to ensure the safety of the personnel and visitors in the area.
- Partial road closures may be implemented but access to businesses and residential properties in the area will remain. Motorists should expect delays in the area.
- The utility work may require intermittent disruptions to utility services. These disruptions will be kept to a minimum and all residents and businesses will be notified in advance.