Deerfield Township is responsible for maintaining 220 lane miles of public roadway and annually, the Township performs a Pavement Condition Rating (PCR) rating on every roadway in the Township, to determine the current condition of each roadway. From that rating, a table is formed to assist in determining which roadways will be resurfaced or maintained that year. There are a various number pavement treatment methods which are utilized from year to year. The maintenance type and treatment method is determined on a number of factors including the PCR rating, pavement age, current condition, traffic volumes, overall level of deterioration, and available funding.
In order to adequately maintain the Township roadways, we strive to seek outside funding along with utilization of alternative pavement treatment methods. In 2015, we began utilization of a pavement treatment known as Black Mat. This is an interim treatment between resurfacing cycles, which allows us to stretch the life of the asphalt pavement.
Irwin-Simpson Phase II Construction – From Charleston Park to Butler Warren – February 2016 – Spring of 2017, Road Closure dates to be published in early 2016.
Irwin-Simpson and Columbia Right Turn Lane Construction – February 2016-April 2016
Irwin-Simpson (Columbia Rd to Duke Blvd)
Bob White Pl
& Black Mat Treatment
Falling Leaves Ct
Spring Arbor Dr
Spring Arbor Blvd
Autumn Mist Ct
Indian Summer Way
Spring Mist Ct
Timber Meadows Ct
Live Oaks Dr
Pin Oak Ct
Fall Oaks Dr
The Township will also be performing sidewalk inspections on those streets to be resurfaced and notifying homeowners if they are responsible for repair of the sidewalk in front of their home.
Please feel free to contact Eric Reiners if you have any questions regarding the annual maintenance program.