City of Fayetteville
File #: 24-4069    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 5/29/2024 In control: City Council Regular Meeting
On agenda: 6/10/2024 Final action:
Title: Addition of Certain Streets to the City of Fayetteville System
Attachments: 1. Streets Acceptance JUNE 2024
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TO: Mayor and Members of City Council

THRU: Adam Lindsay, Assistant City Manager

FROM: Sheila Thomas-Ambat, Public Services Director

DATE: June 10, 2024

RE:
Title
Addition of Certain Streets to the City of Fayetteville System
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Relationship To Strategic Plan:
Goal I: Safe and Secure Community
Goal II: High Quality Built Environment

Executive Summary:
The Fayetteville street system includes 753.26 center line miles and is one of the City's largest assets impacting every citizen, employee, emergency service personnel, commuter, and visitor. As new development progresses, new streets are built in accordance with the City's standards and can be designated for private or public ownership and maintenance. When streets are constructed to City standards it requires a Council action to add the streets to the City's system. Streets added to our system qualify for Powell Bill Program allocations, which is a North Carolina funding program for the building and maintenance of major city streets.

Staff has identified three (3) recently constructed streets for subdivisions throughout the City that are now acceptable for addition to the City of Fayetteville system of streets. These streets and drainage systems within the street rights-of-way have been inspected by staff and are now acceptable for addition to the City of Fayetteville system of streets. The 0.39-mile addition will bring the City's street system total to 753.65 miles.


Background:
Per City Council Policy 160.06 streets that have been designed and constructed in accordance with City standards can only be added to the City's system of streets through a City Council action after the streets have been constructed and recorded. Right-of-ways are dedicated for the streets and the developer identifies early in the development process if intended for private or public ownership and maintenance. As streets are satisfactorily completed, staff pro...

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