Each year the Township performs a Pavement Condition Rating (PCR) evaluation on every Township maintained roadway to determine the current condition and anticipated lifespan of the pavement. Utilizing the PCR value, a table is formed to assist in determining which roadways will be resurfaced or treated that year. The Township utilizes a various number of pavement treatment methods from year to year. The maintenance type and treatment method is determined on a number of factors including the PCR rating, pavement age, traffic volumes, overall level of deterioration, and available funding.
Cherry Brook Subdivision
Helendale Ct, Clear Creek Ct, Palmetto Dr, Hollow Tree Ct, Wilder Woods Way, Wild Cherry Way, Cherry Leaf, Marquis Ln, Cedar Creek Ct, Blossom Ct, Cherry Brook Ln
Crooked Tree Subdivision
Cobra Ct, Crooked Tree Dr, Bay Hill Ct, Isleworth Ln, Forest Oaks Ct, Torrey Pines Ct, Top Flite Ln, Pinnacle Ln
Heritage Pointe Subdivision
Elite Ln, Tradition Trail, Capitol Ave
Sidewalks, Signs, and Tree Trimming
As part of the annual resurfacing 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. New traffic signs and tree trimming may also be included as part of the resurfacing process depending on the circumstances.
Please feel free to contact Chip Cowan if you have any questions regarding the annual maintenance programs.