Pavement Management Plan

The Highway Performance Monitoring System (HPMS) is a federally mandated planning study designed by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and implemented as a continuing information system that includes data collection, analysis, and analytical modeling, which is based on the 2017 California Public Road Data by the State of California Department of Transportation, Division of Transportation System Information. 

On the local level, cities also put in place methodologies to prioritize roadway maintenance needs through the use of a Pavement Management System (PMS). In addition, Proposition C requires that cities develop a PMS and update it triennially in order to use Proposition C funds for street improvement projects. 

The Purpose of this program is to outline consistent and efficient implementation of annual pavement projects based on pavement degradation analysis from PMS Report and to move forward with a systemic program of preservation, repair and improvement of the local, collector and arterial streets in the City. There will be three (3) components to each annual street maintenance program, which consists of the following:

         • Improvements on prioritized arterial streets (roadway overlay, ADA ramps, curb and gutter repairs and median              island upgrades).

         • Improvements on prioritized areas (local street slurry seals and cape seals).

         • Miscellaneous repairs (slurry seals, miscellaneous roadway and concrete repairs on an as-needed basis).

Proposed Pavement Projects

Existing & Proposed City Bike Lanes