The 10-Mile-a-Year Paving Program
Updated February 5, 2015
In 2009, the City of Napa Public Works Department launched a new program with the goal of paving 10 miles of residential streets each year using City crews. This approach achieves more "bang for the buck" as the City crews can pave residential streets more efficiently and at a lower cost. The City is using contractors to repave more heavily traveled collector and arterial streets.
In the first four years of the program, the 10-mile-a-year objective has been met and the City's Pavement Condition Index (PCI) is slowly rising. With over 140 miles of residential streets and 79 miles of collectors and arterials in need of repair, the program is making a difference but there's a lot more work to do. The goal of the program is to repave all residential streets over a 14-year period.
Follow the links below for maps that show the planned work areas for the first six years of the program. Zoom in to see areas in more detail. These maps can also be printed. The color coding shows the PCI rating of various streets (see the legend on the maps) with red being the worst and blue the best with respect to existing conditions. Black areas are completed, and the current year's paving program projects are shown in grey.
Street Paving Improvement Maps*
FY 2009/10 & 10/11 (completed)
FY 2011/12 (completed)
FY 2012/13 (completed)
FY 2013/14 (completed)
*Fiscal Year (FY) is from July 1 to June 30