The pavement management program was last performed in 2017. The study analyzed the conditions of the streets and roads in Sanford and Springvale at that time. Costs included in the analysis are associated with pavement preservation, repair, and reconstruction only. Costs not included in the analysis (but included in the Roadway Capital Improvement Program budget) consist of items typically found in the MaineDOT Standard Specifications including but not limited to:
Earthwork/Subgrade Gravel/Crushing of Inert Reusable Materials;
Landscaping (loam, seed/grass, plantings, etc.);
Traffic Control (Signs, Flaggers, Officers with Vehicle);
In consideration of the significant capital investments put forth towards the maintenance and upkeep of the subject roads, the City of Sanford maintains a Roadway Moratorium List (below) per Maine State Law § 3351-A: Moratorium Restoration Requirement. The moratorium list will be updated periodically as streets and roads expire from the list and as new capital work is completed thereby adding locations to the list. The roadway moratorium is intended to protect the City's capital investments and serve as as a financial incentive for abutters, developers, and stakeholders to proactively plan maintenance and improvements to their underground facilities before capital work projects are complete.
Sanford/Springvale Street and Roadway Moratorium List Updated 11/9/22 - Click Here
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