Residential Road Patch and Repair
Residential Road Patch and Repair Program
The 2018 Residential Road Patch and Repair program, commonly known as Mill & Fill, is a more permanent fix for use on residential roadways that are plagued with cracks and potholes, but do not receive heavy truck traffic. The road is first milled to a depth of about 1 ½ inches, the debris is removed, and the street is swept. Next, a paving crew lays hot asphalt and rolls it to produce a smooth driving surface. This process is a much less expensive alternative to full street replacement. This process will extend the life of the street, resulting in a smoother ride.
How are streets selected for repair? Inspection crews drive each district to rate the condition of each street. Neighborhoods with the greatest concentration of streets in poor condition are selected, therefore increasing the efficiency of the program through logistics. Each street is then measured for repair and quantities are calculated. A list is then generated for each council district’s review and approval. Additionally, the list is also reviewed by other divisions to ensure the chosen streets are not scheduled for other major roadwork/repairs in the next few years.
The program runs from mid April through October, and the streets are scheduled according to council district. This year, the council districts are being repaired in the following order: District 5, District 6, District 4, District 3, District 2 and District 1. The order is based on the logistical order of streets throughout the City. Be advised that City crews do typically work on Saturdays as well as the normal working week.
Please click on your district to see a map of what streets are scheduled to be completed in 2018.
|DISTRICT 1||DISTRICT 2||DISTRICT 3|
|DISTRICT 4||DISTRICT 5||DISTRICT 6|
Please click on the schedule to see where crews are at:
Did you know: The 2018 Residential Road Patch and Repair program is on track to resurface 26.2 lane miles of roadway compared to 16.5 lane miles in 2017, almost doubling the size of last year's program!