Street Reconstruction Project
The City of Crestwood Capital Improvements Program is funded by a 1/2 cent Capital Improvements Sales Tax that was approved by the Crestwood voters in November, 1994 and extended in April, 2002.Proceeds from the fund are used for a variety of projects including street reconstruction, selective slab replacement, and micro-surfacing projects.
The Department of Public Works utilizes a computerized Pavement Management System (PMS) developed by the United States Army Corps of Engineers Laboratory called MICROPAVER.The MICROPAVER System uses a numeric score to indicate the condition of each street.The score is termed the Pavement Condition Index (PCI) and is based on the amount and type of surface defects. The pavement condition
history is developed over a number of years through numerous inspections. This
information is then used to determine the order in which streets are repaired.