The annual street resurfacing project places an overlay of asphalt concrete (AC) on existing street surfaces that are approaching the end of their useful life, as evidenced by cracking and minor pavement failures. Cutouts and repairs of pavement failures, grinding down pavement at outer edges and/or curbs may be included. Installation of pavement fabric in addition to pavement striping and stenciling after the resurfacing, repair of damaged curb and gutter or minor drainage improvements are also be included in this project.
Streets are selected for resurfacing in coordination wth a Pavement Management Program (PMP) that provides a City-wide ranking of the condition of all the streets maintained by the City. The actual number of streets resurfaced is dependent upon both the condition of streets and the bidding climate. City policy is to expend the amount budgeted rather than resurface an exact number of miles of streets.
Existing year and FY 2013/14 include First Street Resurfacing costs.