For pothole problems, please contact Public Works at 714-738-6897.
As part of our ongoing efforts to improve our streets, the City has utilized a Pavement Management Program (PMP) to manage its 66 center-miles of Master Plan of Arterial Highways (MPAH) network since the year 2000, and 224 center miles of local streets since 2011. The MPAH roads are updated every two years and local streets every six years per Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) guidelines. The City usually contracts out one to two arterial street rehabilitation projects each fiscal year and two to three phases of the residential street projects.
Annual Street Rehabilitation Projects Selection Criteria:
PCI, Pavement Condition Index Scores
ADT, Average Daily Traffic
Maintenance Service Orders
Matching Grant Fund
Coincide with water, sewer and/or drainage projects
Participation of other jurisdictions
Residential street reconstruction or rehabilitation is currently done in conjunction with sewer and water replacement projects. Streets that have been scheduled for sewer and/or water replacement will also be evaluated for street reconstruction or rehabilitation. See the Sewer or Water Section for a list of current projects in design and construction.
ARTERIAL STREET RECONSTRUCTION/REHABILATION IN DESIGN