The City of Mauldin has initiated its 2021 paving program. The City Council appropriated $2.7 million to pave approximately 12 miles of city-owned roads.
Mauldin is participating in the Greenville Legislative Delegation Transportation Committee’s municipal match resurfacing program, which provides matching funds to increase the amount of available funding for repaving city-owned roads.
The city’s annual paving program prioritizes the streets to be paved and resurfaced based on an analysis of the Pavement Condition Index, street classification, development and utility scheduling and the available budget approved by City Council.
Mauldin contracted with Infrastructure Management Services to perform a pavement condition survey of all city-owned roads. The survey provided a network-level pavement condition assessment of paved streets located within the city.
The program focuses on paving the worst roads first while taking into consideration traffic conditions and clustering streets together to reduce mobilization costs and maximize efficiency.
As road construction occurs, the city will use signage to alert motorists and residents. Motorists are requested to use caution as they travel through these construction zones.
To view the road paving list and schedule, click the links below.
The schedule will be updated as more roads from the 2021 list are prepped to be paved.