Annual Street Maintenance Project 2021

(Updated July 13, 2021)


The streets scheduled for resurfacing can be found here.


The Annual Street Maintenance Project will resurface various residential and collector streets in Campbell.  The project is a part of the City’s Pavement Management Program (PMP) designed to maintain city streets.  The goal of the project is to extend the useful life of the pavement by using various preventive maintenance treatments such as asphalt concrete overlayrubber cape seal, and slurry seal.

Construction started June 1, 2021. All affected residents have been Notified. The Contractor's first order of work will be to address concrete improvements in the following areas:
Area 1 - June 1st - 11th
Area 2 - June 14th - 25th
Area 3 - June 28th - July 9th
Please see the Location Map.

Crack sealing will take place July 14th, 15th and 16th. See NOTICE and UPDATED SCHEDULED for more details.

The schedule shown herein is the Contractor's anticipated schedule. The schedule is subject to change due to unforeseen circumstance that may occur in the field. Please check back for further updates.   

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The City of Campbell is responsible for maintaining approximately 94 miles of roadway.  To help track the pavement condition of these streets, the City utilizes the Metropolitan Transportation Commission’s (MTC) StreetSaver Pavement Management Program.

Pavement management principles advocate that it is better from a “life-cycle” cost analysis to spend money on preventative maintenance measures when a street is in good or fair condition as opposed to corrective maintenance – waiting  until the street deteriorates to poor condition where a more substantial form of rehabilitation, such as an overlay or reconstruction would be warranted. 

The City of Campbell uses the following funding sources to help pay for the maintenance of its streets:  Vehicle Registration Fees, Vehicle Impact Fees, Gas Tax, Measure B, and money from Campbell’s Capital Reserves.  More recently, the City also receives funding from Senate Bill 1 (SB1), the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017.