The City is divided into seven maintenance zones. The Public Works Department rotates through each zone, each year focusing on one particular zone. Each road in that particular zone is inspected and evaluated. Data collected during inspections combined with traffic volume is used to determine which streets are in most need of repair. This information is used to determine the appropriate timing and treatment for maintenance, rehabilitation, and reconstruction of City roads.
Utilizing this program, the City can rate the road pavement conditions and determine appropriate surface rehabilitation treatments to extend the life of the pavement. The City's Pavement Preservation Program allows the City to extend the life of the pavement saving public funds while maintaining quality roads.
View the City of San Dimas Pavement Preservation Map.