The City of Round Rock manages more than 1,150 lane miles of roadways within its jurisdiction. The Transportation Department’s street maintenance program aims to preserve and improve the conditions of existing roadways by monitoring the state of its roadways and systematically repairing or repaving the top layers of City streets as needed.
The City prioritizes street maintenance based on the structural pavement condition of our roadways. Pavement Condition Assessments are performed city wide and ranked on a scale reflecting the pavement’s structural condition. We then use these assessments to prioritize areas in most urgent need of repair and resurfacing. Over the past several years, the City has made a concerted effort around neighborhood pavement maintenance. Varying soil conditions, initial roadway section designs, and preventative maintenance measures all have an impact on the service life of these roadways. The City continues to look for and experiment with new products and methods that allow us to get the most out of each dollar we spend on roadway maintenance.
Recently completed Street Maintenance Projects include:
- SMP Arterials – University Blvd, Old Settlers Blvd, Sunrise Rd, Red Bud Ln.
- SMP A – Apollo Circle, Jester Farms, Meadow Lake, Ryan’s Crossing
- SMP B – Bradford Park, Forest Ridge, Remington Heights, Rolling Ridge, Oak Bluff
- SMP C (HA5) – Forest Ridge, Settlers Landing
- SMP D – Meadow Lake, Egger Acres, Eagles Nest
For common questions about Street Maintenance, visit our FAQ page.