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File #: 2021-250    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 3/18/2021 In control: City Council
On agenda: 4/6/2021 Final action:
Title: **THIS STAFF REPORT HAS BEEN REPLACED BY FILE ID NO. 2021-284 (ITEM NO. 21A ON APRIL 6, 2021 COUNCIL AGENDA UPDATE ON CITY'S ANNUAL SLURRY SEAL PROGRAM (CITY COUNCIL)
Attachments: 1. EXHIBIT NO. 1 City Wide Slurry Seal Map, 2. EXHIBIT NO. 2 On-going Slurry Seal Project_FY21-22, 3. EXHIBIT NO. 3 Future Slurry Seal Project_FY22-23, 4. EXHIBIT NO. 4 Areas slurry sealed_FY20-21, 5. EXHIBIT NO. 5 Areas slurry sealed_FY16-17, 6. EXHIBIT NO. 6 Areas slurry sealed_FY18-19, 7. EXHIBIT NO. 7 Areas slurry sealed_FY13-14
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Report to Mayor and City Council
Tuesday, April 06, 2021
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**THIS STAFF REPORT HAS BEEN REPLACED BY FILE ID NO. 2021-284 (ITEM NO. 21A ON APRIL 6, 2021 COUNCIL AGENDA

UPDATE ON CITY'S ANNUAL SLURRY SEAL PROGRAM (CITY COUNCIL)

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I. SUMMARY

At the request of the City Council, this staff report provides an update on the status of the City's Annual Slurry Seal Program and background information about how the Maintenance Zones for work are selected each year.

II. RECOMMENDATION
Recommendation

1. RECEIVE AND FILE.


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III. ALTERNATIVES

Take another action the City Council deems appropriate consistent with the requirements of the law.

IV. BACKGROUND

The City of Carson is responsible for the repair and maintenance of approximately 203.1 centerline miles of streets of which 49.2 miles are arterials, 5.7 miles are secondary arterials, 18.1 miles are collectors, and 130.1 miles are residential streets. Streets or pavements are one of the City's most valuable assets, and it's always the City's goal to keep this infrastructure in good and safe condition at all times.

The locations for where slurry seal is required are based on the results of the City's Pavement Management Program (PMP). The PMP provides recommended repairs, a preventive maintenance schedule, and corresponding costs to improve and maintain the City's overall roadway system network. The report presents the overall condition of the city-maintained streets, provides the Pavement Condition Index (PCI) of every street and highlights options for improving them. The PCI is a measurement of pavement grade or condition that ranges from 0 to 100. A newly constructed street will have a PCI of 100, while a failed street will have a PCI of 25 or less. The pavement condition is primarily affected by the climate, traffic loads and volumes, construction materials, and age.

The maintenance and repair strategies include appropriate treatment such as filling cracks, surface ...

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