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Pavement

Report Potholes

  • Download and use the San José 311 application
  • Call our 24/7 number: (408) 794-1900 

Pavement MAINTENANCE Program 

Our pavement maintenance program just made history, with a roughly 280-mile pavement maintenance program in 2019. That was just the beginning of a nine-year program to repave every mile of local and neighborhood streets in our city, while continuing to care for our major streets as well. In 2020, we aim to maintain and repave 205 miles of San José city streets.

Lots of repaving means frequent parking restrictions, multiple detours, dust, and noise. Thank you for your patience and cooperation as we bring new life to hundreds of miles of San José streets!

Track pavement maintenance

Pavement story mapWant to know when your street is getting paved? Check out our pavement story map, which shows our work as it progresses, including scheduled streets, work in progress, and streets we've completed work on this year. The map also has a tab showing the next three years of paving projects mapped out, with streets we expect to pave through 2022. Each year, we will update this three-year forecast. Paving starts in May and continues through November, weather permitting.

Streets and schedules are subject to change due to a variety of factors, including weather, conflicting construction projects, and other unforeseen circumstances.

Bridge Maintenance

We own and maintain 165 vehicular bridges that carry traffic on city streets.

  • To report damaged bridge railings, deck surfaces, fencing, or sidewalk on or near a vehicular bridge, please call (408) 794-1900.
  • The City also owns and maintains pedestrian bridges often found in parks or near schools. To report damage to a pedestrian bridge, please contact the Neighborhood Parks Division at (408) 793-5510.

Rubberized Asphalt

The 2019 arterial resurfacing project was partially funded by a grant from CalRecycle. By using rubberized hot mixed asphalt in the paving material, approximately 66,000 California waste tires were diverted from the waste stream by this project.

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