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Neighborhood Curb Replacement Program Decision Matrix

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PASS/FAIL
The requested street segment must be in an area where the adjacent land use is entirely residential.
The requested street segment must not be included in the 5-year Capital Improvement Program for full reconstruction.

EXTENT OF CURB DETERIORATION

% Deterioration Points
50-59% 1
60-69% 2
70-79% 3
80-89% 4
90-100% 5


NUMBER OF RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURES IN THE BLOCK

One point for each structure having frontage or exposure to the deteriorated curb segment in a block.

LONGITUDE GRADE
The steeper the grade, the more maintenance that is required if curbs are bad.

Grade Points
0-0.9% 1
1.0-2.9% 3
3.0% 5


SUBMITTAL DATE

Candidate locations must be submitted to the Public Works Department by September 1 of each year. Construction on the selected locations will take place the following spring.