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File #: 21-2239    Name:
Type: Consent Item Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 3/17/2021 In control: City Council
On agenda: 4/6/2021 Final action:
Title: APPROVE PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE CITYWIDE SLURRY SEAL PROJECT, PHASE 2, JOB NO. 41140 AND AUTHORIZE THE CITY CLERK TO ADVERTISE THE PROJECT FOR COMPETITIVE BIDS
Attachments: 1. Administrative Report, 2. MAPS Citywide Slurry Seal Project Phase 2 Job No. 41140.3.30.21, 3. PavementMgmt Rehab & Slurry Seal -2021-23
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To: MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL
From: TED SEMAAN, PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR

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APPROVE PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE CITYWIDE SLURRY SEAL PROJECT, PHASE 2, JOB NO. 41140 AND AUTHORIZE THE CITY CLERK TO ADVERTISE THE PROJECT FOR COMPETITIVE BIDS
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The Citywide Slurry Seal Program is a multi-year project, included in the City's current capital budget. This project is the second phase of the program and includes the streets authorized by the City Council in September 2020 as part of the three-year work plan. The streets as shown on the attached map.

The plans and specifications for the project are ready for competitive bidding and are available for review at the Plans and Specifications Review Area located behind the Engineering permit counter at City Hall. The Engineer's cost estimate for the Citywide Slurry Seal Project is $1,205,000. Construction is expected to begin in Summer 2021 and take forty-five (45) working days to complete.

BACKGROUND
The Citywide Slurry Seal Program is an on-going Capital Improvement Program that applies crack seal, slurry seals and refreshed striping and pavement markings to the City's streets. The program increases the life of the existing pavement thereby reducing the frequency of more expensive rehabilitation methods. This project supports the City's Strategic Plan goal to assess, prioritize, and plan for park/open space acquisition and for reconstruction of major City facilities and infrastructure.

In January 2018, the City Council gave direction to set the budget scenario a goal of improving the City's PCI to 75 within 10 years to determine the City's budget for street maintenance projects. The City has worked towards achieving the goal of a PCI 75 by 2027 through the construction of capital improvement projects, including the Citywide Slurry Seal Program, and the City's crews performing smaller maintenance projects.

Every three years the City surveys the condition of roadway paveme...

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