The 2019 Bond Program provides funding for the design and reconstruction of aging street infrastructure throughout the City. In addition to the street itself, curb and gutters, sidewalks, traffic signals, turn lanes, medians, and other components may be included in a street rehabilitation project.
The Street Rehab Program is focused on rebuilding existing streets that have reached the end of their useful life. These streets are evaluated and given an Overall Condition Index (OCI) score.
The Street Rehab Program prioritizes the rehabilitation of roadways with the lowest condition scores (OCI scores of 20 or less). The City also intends to focus on one-time comprehensive neighborhood roadway infrastructure projects that complete both streets and utilities improvements.
The street segments included in the Street Rehab Program (see below) include streets with an OCI score of 20 or less and streets located in three neighborhood areas. The proposed streets included in the program may be subject to modification as road conditions change.
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Click on the icon below to view a GIS map showing street segments within the City of Denton Street Rehab Program.
Streets with OCI Score of 20 or Less