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Measure Y is a sales tax measure that will fund nearly $3 million to the effort to repave, reconstruct and protect our streets.
Measure Y is a strategized approach by the Public Works Department to improve the overall quality of streets in Ukiah. With the use of a Pavement Management System that evaluates the health of local streets, department staff and street crew staff are working to sustain the good streets and identify the right treatment for either repairing or replacing streets in your neighborhood.
What does Measure Y do?
Measure Y is used to make cost-effective decisions about street maintenance. It looks at 4 main questions:
1. What streets and types of streets does Ukiah have in its network?
2. What condition is the street in?
3. What repairs are needed and when?
4. How much money is required to maintain or improve the streets?
Street crews are responsible for all maintenance of public right of ways including pavement and some sidewalk repairs, storm drainage, structures, street sweeping, striping of crosswalks, installation of street signs and speed limit signs, and other related tasks.
Some information regarding street maintenance can be found below. Other questions can be answered by calling the Public Works Department at 707-467-5788.
UKIAH BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN MASTER PLAN
The City of Ukiah, Department of Public Works obtained funding from the Mendocino Council of Governments for preparation of the Ukiah Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan (“the Plan”). The City contracted with Alta Planning + Design for this Plan. Alta hired sub-consultants: Wtrans and Walk and Bike Mendocino for assistance with specific parts of the Plan. The goal of the Plan is to improve bicycling and walking in the City of Ukiah as a comfortable and convenient transportation and recreation option.
The Ukiah Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan is available via the link below or at the Public Works information counter at the Ukiah Civic Center, 300 Seminary Avenue, Ukiah.
For more information, contact Rick Seanor, Deputy Director of Public Works – firstname.lastname@example.org / 707-463-6296.