When is my street going to be repaved?

All streets in Moraga are rated on a Pavement Condition Index (PCI) on a scale from 1 to 100, with 100 being the best. In addition, each street is also rated on usage- how many people use the road. Is it a cul-de-sac or thoroughfare? The usage rating and the PCI are entered into a computerized Pavement Management System (PMS), which calculates the priority of street repairs, given available funding.

Bi-yearly the Town performs street improvements based on assessed needs of the Pavement Management System and the availability of funds. Even though a particular street may be rated low on the PCI, if it is not used by a large volume of people, a road that is in better condition that is used by more people may be repaired first. It is less expensive to maintain a good street than to repair a bad street.

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1. When is my street going to be repaved?
2. Whom do I call to report a street light out?
3. Whom do I call to report a broken sidewalk?
4. Who is responsible for repairing the sidewalk in front of my house?
5. I'm doing construction. When do I need a permit?
6. Whom do I call for creek maintenance?
7. Does the Town provide sandbags during winter storms?
8. I received a letter from the town telling me that I need to trim my trees, why do I have to do this?
9. I am a realtor and my “Open House” and “For Sale” signs were taken over the weekend, what did I do wrong?