Town Of Moraga

Street Repair Priorities Surveyed

The Town recently conducted a community survey of 300 constituents to ask them about their local street repair priorities. When asked how local funds should be spent on Town streets, the priorities were: repairing potholes and cracks, rebuilding/repaving Town roads, fixing streets in every neighborhood, and solving the $25M backlog of road work. Currently, half of all neighborhood streets are in poor or very poor condition (based on industry standards). Sixty percent of the respondents were potentially supportive of a local measure to repair and improve neighborhood streets. Continued degradation will require more expensive repairs in the future, so good fiscal and cost effective planning is a must. This survey was one component of the community engagement process initiated a couple of years ago to solicit community input on Town priorities.

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