The City of Keller's Street Maintenance Program is funded by the dedicated 1/4-cent Street Maintenance Sales Tax and the General Fund. It includes several methods of maintenance to help improve the overall condition of the city's streets, and includes a gutter repair program to mitigate gutter ponding in city streets.
To ensure roads stay in good condition, the city utilizes a variety of repair methods: slurry sealing, micro-surfacing, overlays and reconstructing. Roads in each year's program are selected using Pavement Condition Index data derived from the city's recent Pavement Management Analysis studies. These studies, which use special equipment to assess cracks or other troublesome imperfections at or below the roads' surfaces, rate the condition of streets throughout the city; the Residential Street Reconstruction Program then follows the data's lead in establishing which streets are most in need of repair.
City Council was presented the findings of the most recent Pavement Management Analysis study as well as the study's recommended street maintenance program for the next five years at their meeting on Feb. 7, 2017. Watch Public Works Director Alonzo Liñán's presentation at the link below (select index Item D-2)
2015-16 Residential Reconstruction
2014 Street Maintenance Program / Residential Reconstruction
2012 and 2013 Street Maintenance Program
2011 Street Maintenance Program
2010 Street Maintenance Program
2009 Street Maintenance Program
2008 Street Maintenance Program
For more information about these projects, please contact the Public Works Department at 8170743-4080 or firstname.lastname@example.org.