City Conducting Pavement Condition Survey
- David Young, Communications Specialist, 970-221-6882, ZHlvdW5nQGZjZ292LmNvbQ==
If you see a giant van equipped with 360-degree cameras and three-dimensional imaging equipment cruising the streets of Fort Collins don’t be alarmed, it is just the City ensuring that your streets are up to snuff.
The City, in association with Gorrondona and Associates, Inc. (G&AI), will be performing a pavement condition survey of the City’s streets April 15 - May 13. A pavement condition survey collects data on a routine basis to help determine the right treatment at the right time.
The pavement condition survey provides the City with an overall Pavement Condition Index (PCI) score – essentially the health of our roadway network. This score has increased each year over the last five years, thanks in large part to Fort Collins voters’ approval of the KeepFort Collins Great sales and use tax.
This survey ensures the City’s Street Maintenance Program (SMP), which is responsible for maintaining approximately 570 centerline miles of streets, focuses on extending the lifespan of roads and reduces maintenance costs over time.
For more information check out fcgov.com/streets.