Road Repaving Fund

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Central Falls Street Pavement Plan

Published: March 1, 2019

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  -> Pursuant to Section 32-35 of the Central Falls Code of Ordinances, this is the Central Falls Street Pavement Plan.  The plan will be posted on the city's website and shall be provided to each utility operating in the city. The plan contains a good-faith listing of proposed streets and sidewalks that are a priority for repaving, subject to available funding, and will also contain a listing of roads considered for repaving during the ensuing 24 months. The purpose of the report is to identify which streets, roads, rights-of-way, or sidewalks that will be paved by the city and promote communication and cooperation between the city, utilities, persons. Any utility operating in the city shall work with the city to minimize the impact of utility roadwork and specifically to reduce the incidence of non-emergency utility excavation in newly-paved streets. Any utility anticipating major work in any of the streets which are scheduled for repaving in the ensuring 18 months shall notify the city of the utility's plan by March 1 of each year.  

  -> Central Falls Streets Identified as Fair, Poor, or Failing and potentially, subject to funding availability, able to be repaved over the next 24 months. 

Older Road Announcements

Mayor James Diossa has been tackling the problem head-on by a 100% continuation of last year’s "Road Repaving Fund" in his FY 2017 budget.

The Fund is seeded by $200,000 in annual payments that the Wyatt Detention Facility is scheduled to make to the City between 2015 and 2019 as outlined in a March 30, 2015 agreement between the Wyatt and the city.  This short-term revenue will be used to address the city’s long-term infrastructure needs.

This fund will be used to finance the rehabilitation of many of the city’s worst roads. Roadways targeted for repaving will be chosen based upon a study conducted by RIDOT on the condition of the city’s streets.  (See link below). Addressing the long-term infrastructure needs of the city will pave the way for a brighter future for residents and business owners!

   * 2016-2017 Road Repaving Map

  * 2015-2016 Road Repaving Map

  * Press Release announcing Road Repaving Fund initiative

  * RI Department of Transportation Review of City Roads


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