Pavement Management Initiative

Citizen Task Force Focuses on Repair of City Streets

City Council gave direction to city staff to undertake major pavement rehabilitation projects across the city in 2022-2023 and beyond.  It also created a Pavement Management Citizen Task Force (CTF) to conduct an in-depth study of current infrastructure needs and explore effective funding strategies. 

The CTF presented their findings and recommendations to City Council on June 13, 2022:

View CTF Final Report Summary PowerPoint Presentation

View CTF Final Report in its entirety

View Map of Current & Future Street Repair Project Areas

Below are some of the data and information the CTF examined as it prepared its recommendations:

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2022 Pavement Rehabilitation Projects

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  1. Akron Avenue & 50th Street
  2. Alison Way
  3. Tyne Lane
  4. Albano Trail & Albright Court

City Project No. 2022-09K
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2023 or Later Construction Projects

  1. Bolland Trail & 62nd Street
  2. Carmen Avenue & Claude Way
  3. Cheney Trail & Coffman Path
  4. Upper 55th Street

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While preliminary planning is ongoing, the project is no longer a candidate for 2022 construction. Please see the project update letter (PDF).

Pavement Rehabilitation Schedule for 2022 Projects

  • Oct. 18 through Dec. 2021: Survey crews out in neighborhoods collecting data for feasibility reports. 
  • Mid-Nov. 2021 or after: Neighborhood Open House meeting invitations sent.
  • Beginning January 2022: Notification of public hearing on each project at a City Council meeting.
  • Beginning summer 2022: First phase of construction begins.

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If you don’t see your neighborhood included on the project map, check back! City leadership is making a long-term commitment to road improvements. An ambitious project pace will continue every year until we improve city roads to the condition we all want them in.