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Pavement Maintenance
Ralph Vargas, Street Maintenance Supervisor

The Pavement Maintenance Program inspects, schedules, and repairs an inventory of more than 388 centerline miles of roadways, 44 linear miles of bike trails, and 51 parking lots within the City of Irvine.The goal of the program is to maintain and enhance the physical environment while promoting a safe a secure pavement system for the community.Maintenance repairs include pot hole patching, dig-out repairs, overlays, crack seals, chip seals and slurry seals.

The City of Irvine is currently operating on a seven-year cycle for slurry seal of all public streets in the City.

Maintaining and improving City roadways is a major community priority and a number of road construction projects are generally underway throughout the city.

For information on the location of roadway rehabilitation and other major capital improvement projects, please visit our Road Construction Map of major projects occurring throughout the City of Irvine.