The City is responsible for maintaining approximately 380 miles of streets valued at $700 million-- the largest and most valuable infrastructure in Thousand Oaks. The City's Pavement Management Program (PMP) determined that approximately $8 million per year is needed to maintain our streets with a "very good condition" rating. Existing gas tax revenues provide only $2 million annually, with the addition of SB1 revenue the deferred maintenance backlog is reduced by $3 million per year.
The project will start in April and is expected to be completed by December.
- 16 miles of Slurry Seal
- 24 miles of Overlay
- 6 miles of Micro-Surfacing
- 163 Curb Ramps