A portion of Measure M funding is dedicated to our local Street Maintenance Program, which includes: Preventative Maintenance and Rehabilitation Projects. This funding supplements the City’s gas tax allocations and funds our road infrastructure improvements. Annual Measure M funding of $2 million dollars supports the City’s pavement management goals of keeping the City’s streets in a state of good repair.
The City of Vacaville has robust street infrastructure consisting of 290 Centerline (CL) miles (660 lanes miles). The Vacaville road network is one of the largest infrastructure assets the City owns; having an estimated present replacement value of over $380 million.
Fiscal year 2018/2019 was the initial year for Measure M funding contributions to the Street Maintenance Program. Funding allocated for FY 18/19 contributes to the arterial/collector asphalt concrete overlay (currently underway), the residential slurry seal (completed this summer), and on-going road reconstruction, crack sealing, striping replacements and various repairs and special projects undertaken by the Streets Task Force. Remaining funding is then allocated to additional projects typically slated for spring and summer, our peak road construction season.