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City of Lake Elmo · New Village Workshop-Focus on Infrastructure· January 20, 2007 PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT REPORT PREPARED: NOVEMBER 16, 2004 5-15-2007.

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1 City of Lake Elmo · New Village Workshop-Focus on Infrastructure· January 20, 2007 PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT REPORT PREPARED: NOVEMBER 16,

2 City of Lake Elmo · New Village Workshop-Focus on Infrastructure· January 20, 2007 PAVEMENT STATISTICS 84 MILES OF PAVED ROADS PAVEMENT CONDITION The average city standard roadway (built to City specifications) is 9 years old. The average non-standard roadway is 19 years old. 63% of roadways are in “adequate” category requiring sealcoating maintenance. 24 % of roadways are in a “marginal” category requiring overlays. 13% of roadways are in the “problem” category, requiring complete reconstruction. By increasing roadway maintenance and reconstruction resources, roadways could be improved (81% “adequate”, 14% “marginal” and 5% “problem”) for the next 10 years at a cost of $28 million, a savings of $11 million in comparison with current maintenance levels

3 WHAT IS A PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM? Assessment of the current pavement conditions of the City’s roadways and recommended maintenance and reconstruction actions. Policies guiding maintenance, reconstruction and financing. General schedule for maintenance, reconstruction and financing. WHY ESTABLISH A PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM? The City Streets are a 90 million dollar asset. Establish a detailed database for pavement tracking. City of Lake Elmo · New Village Workshop-Focus on Infrastructure· January 20,

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5 City of Lake Elmo · New Village Workshop-Focus on Infrastructure· January 20, 2007 Problem category miles 13% of paved system Marginal category miles 24% of paved system Adequate category miles 63% of paved system

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7 City of Lake Elmo · New Village Workshop-Focus on Infrastructure· January 20, 2007 PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS Maximize Pavement Life Cycle. Age of Roadway Maintenance Action 5 – 7 years first sealcoating 10 – 14 years second sealcoating 15 – 21 years third sealcoating 20 – 28 years first overlaying 25 – 35 years first sealcoating 30 – 42 years second sealcoating 35 – 49 years second overlay 40 – 56 years first sealcoating years road reconstruction Maintain current overall condition with increased maintenance and reconstruction activities. Establish Pavement Management Policies. Pavement Maintenance and Reconstruction Policies. Pavement Maintenance and Reconstruction Financing Policies. Establish Pavement Management Plan General Schedule of Pavement Maintenance and Reconstruction Activities Costs, Funding Sources for Pavement Maintenance and Reconstruction Activities

8 City of Lake Elmo · New Village Workshop-Focus on Infrastructure· January 20, 2007 PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS (cont)

9 Conclusion City of Lake Elmo · New Village Workshop-Focus on Infrastructure· January 20, “This report shows that the continuation of the current level of maintenance will result in the continued lowering of the overall condition of the City’s roadways and will cost significantly more to restore over the long term than if increased funding was provided for roadways to be maintained and reconstructed at a more optimum time.” Pavement Management Report, November 16, 2004


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