Pavement Management Program
The City is spending approximately $10 million in 2017 on street improvement projects, on over 7 miles of road repairs.
The City of Clinton is responsible for the maintenance of 144 miles of streets. Of these streets, 19 miles are aggregate roadways, most of which are west of Mill Creek Parkway and maintained by Clinton County.
This leaves approximately 125 miles of streets for the City to maintain as part of the Pavement Management Program. 35 miles of these streets are considered in poor condition and in need of immediate attention. 15 miles of the currently structurally deficient streets are scheduled to be rehabilitated over the next 20 years, as part of our federal funding (STP, grants) and as part of the Long Term Control Plan.
There are 20 miles of structurally deficient streets must be repaired over the next four years (2017-2020), in order to bring the City’s street network to a minimally sustainable level. The program is also scheduled for approximately $3.0 million per year over the next three years (2018-2020) for street rehabilitation of our worst streets. The goal of this program is to improve enough streets by 2021-2022, so that then the focus can be shifted toward maintaining and preserving the road network.
Beginning in 2022, the City will be able to focus on a yearly resurfacing and maintenance plan, with the goal of maintaining streets rather than repairing them. All other “poor” condition streets still remaining will be reconstructed as part of the sewer separation projects part of the Long Term Control Plan, CDBG funding, or federal funding programs such as STP funding of arterial streets.
The City is spending approximately $10 million in 2017 on street improvement projects. A list of these projects can be found at the following link:
2017 Street Paving List