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The City's street network consists of 86.23 centerline miles of streets.

Benefits from a Pavement Management Program

The Pavement Management program is an example of an asset management system.  The fundamentals of the Pavement Management System are discussed in a report provided annually to the City Council.  Click here for the latest version of the report ( 3.22 MB). 

There are three key benefits resulting from the City of San Carlos use of a Pavement Management Program:

  • First, it is required in order for the City to be eligible for funding allocated under the state transportation program. 
  • Second, the system provides a best practices method to prioritize city streets for preventative maintenance, rehabilitation, or reconstruction that is based on a fair and systematic approach to evaluating pavement condition. 
  • Third, the program assists the City in determining how best to use limited funds to their maximum benefit.

Summary Report 2013

This report describes the City’s Pavement Management Program and the condition of the overall pavement system in the City of San Carlos, as of October 2013. The report presents a budget that includes preventative maintenance and rehabilitation work for existing paved street surfaces and provides a preliminary list of streets to receive treatment over the next five years. The City uses this list only as guidance and reevaluates the list of streets each year based on the available budget as part of the annual Pavement Maintenance project.