How are streets selected for reconstruction, reclamation and rehabilitation?

The City identifies streets to be improved annually in the Five Year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP).  Improvements are prioritized based on a variety of factors including age, street condition, utilities condition and functional classification.  Street reconstruction and reclamation are generally chosen for streets in poor condition.  Street reconstruction is generally chosen where water main is being replaced.  Street rehabilitation is generally chosen for streets in moderate condition.


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1. What is the difference between reconstruction, reclamation and rehabilitation?
2. How are streets selected for reconstruction, reclamation and rehabilitation?
3. How will the City communicate project progress and updates with residents and business owners?
4. Will I lose trees in my yard?
5. Will my mail service or garbage service be interrupted?
6. How are impacts to irrigation systems and landscape elements dealt with during and after construction?
7. How are street improvement projects paid for?
8. Why is there a special assessment, and how is it calculated?
9. When will I know what my assessment is?
10. What options do I have to pay my assessment?
11. What is a typical project schedule?
12. Can I have my whole driveway replaced as part of the street project and pay for it through my assessment?
13. I’ve received solicitations from contractors offering to perform work on my property. Is this legal? Does the City regulate these contractors?
14. How do I find information about easements?