This is not a simple, fast answer. The City has a large inventory of streets and insufficient funds to maintain all of those streets at the maximum level possible. A method used by the City to prioritize the application of funds to maximized the overall good of the street system, is the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) “Paver” Pavement Management System (PMS). Although this system is continually updated with worsening conditions on some repaired streets and improved conditions on streets, not all environmental factors can be accommodated by the system. City staff may need to modify the schedule or change priorities to accomodate for utility replacement or other factors.
If you have questions regarding the City’s pavement management system or the priorities for pavement repairs, surface sealing, and overlays, contact the Public Works Department at (925) 252-4936.
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Facilities & Utilities - Streets