FY 20/21 Pavement Maintenance Program *Completed*
City of Fernley Project Manager (PM)
Jessica Dover, P.E.
City of Fernley Engineering Department
Design Firm: Lumos & Associates
Construction Contractor: Sierra Nevada Construction, Inc.
The intent of the City’s annual PMP Maintenance Project is to complete appropriate maintenance treatments for streets that have been selected by Staff, using key parameters of the City of Fernley Pavement Management Program, Resolution #2015-008, adopted by City Council September 16, 2015. The Pavement Management Program (PMP) provides Staff with direction necessary to evaluate and prioritize pavement preservation projects while providing clarification to stakeholders regarding the project selection process. The annual slurry project associated with the City’s Pavement Management Program was implemented in Spring 2016. To date, five annual slurry projects have been completed since the Program’s inception in FY 15/16. This has allowed the City to complete preventative maintenance treatments on approximately 40% of the City’s total paved Street Network.
This project will complete appropriate maintenance treatments for streets that have been selected by Staff using key parameters of the City of Fernley Pavement Management Program, Resolution #2015-008, adopted September 16, 2015.
The FY 20/21 PMP Maintenance Project will consider the application of appropriate maintenance treatments for Shadow LN West (US-50A/95A to Miller LN), Comstock DR, and streets within Country Village, High Country, North Seneca Falls, The Meadows, Miller Crossing, and Miller Estates subdivisions. Many of the streets within the proposed FY 20/21 Project area have not been previously slurried.
Project Latest News
The Contract for Construction was awarded to Sierra Nevada Construction, Inc. (SNC), at the April 07, 2021 Fernley City Council Meeting. Work is anticipated to commence in April 2021. Residents affected by street closures will receive a notice 24-48 hours prior to start of work, via door hangers distributed by the Contractor. It is possible that a resident or business may receive more than one notice, depending on the type of maintenance treatment required for each individual street and the Contractor’s construction schedule.
Short traffic delays may occur during construction operations. Access will be maintained to your property for the duration of this project; however, temporary driveway closures up to four (4) hours or more may occur during certain activities (for example, during slurry seal cure time). SNC will notify you 18-24 hours in advance of these temporary driveway closures.