The city's repaving and repair program will include some asphalt resurfacing and pot hole patching, as well as the installation of more curb ramps. The streets department has checked over every street in the city to see how damaged they are. Then they prioritize accordingly. Also, traffic volume plays a large role in which streets will be repaired.
The streets department will bid two contracts totalling $1.2 million. Their primary jobs will include milling and asphalt resurfacing of paved streets from curb to curb. The streets department will perform the paving work on selected areas, where entire blocks aren't damaged.
Last year, because of financial constraints they were only able to award one contract because of budget problems and the curb ramp project which takes up a lot of money.
You can expect to see street crews making their repairs through the summer until October.