2019 Streets Rehabilitation Project

The Public Works Department and City Council have identified priority streets in need of pavement rehabilitation during the 2019 construction season (see Figure 1: Proposed Project Areas). The City sees the goal of this project as strictly maintenance and rehabilitation of the City streets in the worst condition. We are seeking pavement condition options in order to bring these failed streets back into the regular maintenance cycle with other local streets. This project is funded in part with a special City sales tax for street rehabilitation and Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Act (RMRA) funding.


Tri-annual Pavement Management Program Update (2017): The preparation of this report was programmed and funded through the Mendocino Council of Governments’ FY 2016/17 Transportation Planning Overall Work Programs and the work was completed by Nichols Consulting Engineers, Chtd. (NCE).

City application to the State for Local Partnership Program (LPP) funds through the formulaic program under the Road Maintenance and Repair Act (RMRA-SB 1).

Public Works and Facilities Committee reviewed and approved the full Scope of the Project and viewed photographs of selected streets at their September 12, 2018 meeting. See staff report, here.

The design RFP was closed on November 26, 2018 and awarded to Green Valley Consulting Engineers on January 14, 2019. Final plans were drawn up and the request for construction bids was released on July 3, 2019. The current project schedule is as follows:

2019 Street Rehab Area