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Road Maintenance Program
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Graph Depicting Miles of Grading by the Road & Bridge Division
The Public Works Department collects monthly data
on the many activities for which the Operations
Division is responsible. For roadway maintenance and similar activities in the county's maintained road rights-of-way, the monthly data includes:
  • Grading
  • Shoulder Maintenance
  • Patching
  • Paving
  • Crack Sealing
  • Bridge Maintenance
  • Median Enhancement
  • Traffic Signs
  • In-house Striping
  • Tree Work
  • Spraying
  • Landscaping.

The graph on the right shows the monthly grading
statistics published by the Operations Division.

Road Maintenance Statistics:

2016 Monthly Road and Bridge Summary of Maintenance Activities.

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Monthly Crack Sealing Statistics
It is important to note that the above listed road maintenance activities are funded under the county's Program Maintenance Budget. However, the Programmed Maintenance Budget is not the funding source for roadway maintenance for all roads. This budget is used only for the large network roads classified as collector/arterial roads. County maintained local roads are funded through the gas tax which is allocated to the Public Works Operations Budget.

Road maintenance does NOT include paving. Residential roads are paved through the County's Paving Assessment (PVAS) Program which is administered under the Public Works Department’s Operations Division. Additionally, main roads are also paved from the County's Program Maintenance Budget. The County's current 801 lane miles of collector and arterial roads are paved through the Program Maintenance Budget.