The 2024 street preservation efforts include resurfacing aging roadway surfaces, as well as updating nearby sidewalk ramps to current federal standards. When the streets are resurfaced, the process typically involves grinding away the top two or three inches of existing asphalt and then repaving with new asphalt to original grade.
The City of Monroe uses a pavement management program to help identify which streets are candidates for preservation considering both the pavement rating and available budget.
In 2022, the City Received a TIB Grant in the amount of $798,455.00 for use along Frylends Blvd and Blueberry Lane. The funds will go to a portion of the Road Reconstruction efforts along these roadways.
The candidate streets for this year are depicted in the image below:
ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE
DECEMBER 5, 2023
JANUARY 19, 2024
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