FY 2015 Pavement Management Project

About The Project:
The City of Bellaire’s Pavement Management Program is geared toward improving the overall quality of the roadway systems by repairing pavement failures and distresses. The City’s goal is to bring the streets maintained by the City up to an acceptable level of service and keep them there through an aggressive and comprehensive maintenance program.  The Pavement Management Program is an ongoing effort and includes a new project every fiscal year.

The streets for the Fiscal Year 2015 Project will be selected based on overall condition noted during the Street Condition Assessment of all the streets maintained by the City of Bellaire completed in 2013. Streets designated for total reconstruction under Rebuild Bellaire were not considered for this project. 

Street Repair List:

  • 5300 - 5400 Blocks of Pine Street
  • 4800, 4900 & 5300 Blocks of Braeburn Drive
  • 5300 Block of Holly Street
  • 5200 Block of Mimosa Street
  • Second St. (Bellaire Boulevard to Bissonnet Street)
  • 5200 Block of Chestnut Street
  • 4300 Block of Lafayette Street

Sidewalk Repair List:

  • 5200 Block of Pine Street
  • 4700 Block of Glenmont Drive
  • 100 Block of Boulevard Green
  • 100 Block of Pin Oak Estates Drive
  • 100 Block of Pin Oak Estates Court
  • 4500 Block of Pine Street
  • 900 Block of Wildwood Drive
  • 4500 Block of Wedgewood Drive
  • 5600 Block of Innsbruck Street
  • 5600 Block of St. Moritz Street
  • 5600 Block of St. Paul Street
  • 4500 Block of Geneva Street

Engineer: ARKK Engineers
Engineering Cost: $221,355
The engineering contract was awarded by Council on December 1, 2014 to ARKK Engineers.

Contractor: AAA Asphalt Paving, Inc.

Construction Cost: $1,090,115
The construction contract was awarded by Council on November 2, 2015 to AAA Asphalt Paving, Inc.

A neighborhood meeting was held on November 19, 2015 to inform affected residents about the project and receive feedback from the residents and property owners on the street maintenance work planned for their particular block. The attendees were told that their normal City services would be maintained throughout the work.

Construction began on January 11, 2016.

Construction is scheduled to be completed in September 2016.

To see the current status of the Public Works projects, go to Status Updates.


Why Do We Need This?


The City of Bellaire’s Street and Sidewalk Pavement Management Program is geared toward improving the overall quality of the roadway system by repairing pavement failures and distresses. The streets and sidewalks for the project were selected because of their overall poor condition noted during a recently completed Street and Sidewalk Condition Assessment of all the streets and sidewalks maintained by the City of Bellaire.  This project is in line with the City Council’s priority of focusing on Public Infrastructure and Facilities.
Need More?
Looking for financial information or more? You can view the most recent quarterly and monthly status reports with more detail by clicking on the following: Monthly & Quarterly Finance Reports.

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