Percent Complete: 90%
Start Date: 10/01/2018
End Date: 09/30/2020
The life expectancy of an asphalt road is about 20 to 25 years depending on vehicle volume. Effective pavement management calls for streets to be resurfaced approximately every 25 years. Beyond 25 years, the aggregate in the road base rises to the surface leading to the recurring formation of potholes. The goal is to resurface the road before there is deterioration of the road base; if not, the existing road has to be demolished and a new road reconstructed in its place. If roads are not resurfaced based on the planned timeline, the City could incur greater expenses in the future. The areas targeted in Fiscal Year 2018 include Pine Ridge North and Westview Drive, and University to Riverside Drive. For roads within the City’s utility service area, the resurfacing plan is linked to the Utilities Division cast iron water main replacement program. The water mains will be replaced in advance of the roadway resurfacing project. In Fiscal Year 2019, areas to be resurfaced include the North Springs subdivision. In Fiscal Year 2020, areas will include the Hills subdivision and Riverside Drive north of Wiles Road. This initiative is an "ongoing" initiative. The budget listed is for one year. The budget for subsequent years will be approved by the City Commission during the budget process.
North Springs Subdivision is substantially completed.
Capital Budget: $ 500,000.00
Initiatives: Closed Out/Completed | On Target/In Progress | Behind Schedule/Late | Discussion Needed Retreat/Workshop Item | Delay/Hold | No Milestone | Not Defined
Initiatives: Closed Out/Completed | On Target/In Progress | Behind Schedule/Late | Discussion Needed | Retreat/Workshop Item | Delay/Hold | No Milestone | Not Defined
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