Pavement Management Program
A program of pavement management requires an accurate inventory and current condition rating of every street in the city. In 2017, the City of Peoria commissioned an electronic data collection to verify inventory and provide an assessment of every segment of road. Infrastructure Management Services (IMS) is a company with extensive experience in pavement management throughout the country. They conducted the electronic survey of the roadways and provided the data to the city.
The data is expressed as a numerical factor, known as a pavement condition index (PCI), which rates the surface condition of the road on a scale from 0-100, 0 being the worst and 100 being the best possible condition. This information was entered into our pavement management software to help establish a budget-based prioritization of projects for the next several years. You can view the FY17 Pavement Management Executive Report (PDF), the City’s Five-Year Project Plan (PDF) and the complete citywide list of street-by-street PCI (PDF) by clicking either of the links provided.
Annual Peoria Streets Improvement Projects
The Surface Treatment Projects scheduled throughout each fiscal year consist of slurry seal, chip seal, micro seal and seal coat applications. (Please note: Applications will vary within each referenced neighborhood). The city's contractor will notify the affected homes with door hangers in advance of the work being performed. Specific instructions will be provided on the door hanger.
Early Waste Collection Notice
All pavement treatments applied to roadways in the warmer months will receive early morning trash pickup for at least 30 days after construction is complete. These early pickups are necessary in an effort to preserve and prevent damage to the treatments. By getting the heavy trucks through in the cooler hours, we can help protect the tender new surface. If pavement preservation work is occurring on your street, please have your trash container on the street by 6 a.m. on your designated waste collection day and continue such practice for the following four weeks after the project is complete. The City of Peoria Streets Division appreciates your cooperation in our efforts to deliver the best possible results.
If you have questions, please call Peoria's Streets Division at (623) 773-7432.
FY19 Mill & Overlay - 91st Ave (Bell Road to Union Hills Drive)
On Thursday, February 14, 2019, City of Peoria Contractor, Nesbitt Contracting Co. will begin completing an asphalt overlay project on 91st Avenue, from Bell Road to Union Hills Drive. There will be 24-hr lane restrictions throughout this project area; however, the contractor will maintain access for residents, businesses, and emergency vehicles. Driveway and cross street access will be restricted at times while crews are completing the milling and paving process.
Please observe all signs and barricades, and pay attention to flagmen and police officers in the area. Do not drive on the fresh oil until the equipment and barricades are removed, as this will help protect the new surface. Construction work will occur during daytime hours, Monday through Friday; however, some weekend work may be required. In case of weather or unforeseen circumstances, work may be re-scheduled or delayed. This project is expected to be complete on or around March 8, 2019. Please call the Construction Hotline for additional information at 623-670-5727. View project area.
FY19 COMPLETED Street Projects:
FY19 Parking Lot Asphalt Replacements
- Alta Vista Park
- Fletcher Heights Park
- Deer Village Park
- Ira Murphy Park
- Sunnyslope Park
FY19 Street Maintenance Repairs
- 79th Avenue & Butler Drive
FY19 Large Crack Repair
FY19 Mill & Overlay
- 91st Avenue ADA Sidewalk Improvements
- 75th Avenue (Grand Avenue to Northern Avenue) ADA Sidewalk Improvements
- Williams Road & 107th Avenue ADA Sidewalk Improvements
- 107th Avenue (Beardsley Road to Williams Road) ADA Sidewalk Improvements
FY19 Slurry Seal Pavement Preservation Treatments