Sandy springs OKs 14 miles of street resurfacings

The Sandy Springs City Council has approved two lists of roadways totaling more than 14 miles to be resurfaced in the 2019 fiscal year.

The first list contains about 10 miles of streets with low Pavement Condition Index (PCI) ratings. Some are well known to residents, including sections of Mount Vernon Highway, Northridge Road, Powers Ferry Road and Sandy Springs Circle. Estimated cost of the work is $3 million.

The list of streets is available at:

The second list of low-PCI streets, totaling 4.17 miles, will be submitted to the Georgia Department of Transportation with the city’s application for a fiscal 2019 Local Maintenance and Improvement Grant. The city will be required to match 30 percent of the $906,447 grant, or $271,934.

For a list of these streets:

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