Pavement Condition Index

All City-maintained streets are inspected every 3 years to collect pavement condition data. The City uses this information to establish the Pavement Condition Index (PCI) for City streets. The PCI was developed by the United States Army Corps of Engineers, and it is commonly used in transportation civil engineering.

  • The Pavement Condition Index (PCI) is an objective numeric measurement of the pavement's condition
  • The PCI can range from 1-100
  • Good condition equals PCI above 70
  • Poor condition equals PCI below 50

Newly Paved

Good PCI

Fair PCI

Poor PCI

This street was just recently paved and is in no need of maintenance at this time. Within 7 years, this street will need a surface treatment.



This street is in Good condition. If it does not receive preventative maintenance soon, it will deteriorate to Fair condition, which requires a more expensive resurfacing project.

The street pictured here is considered to be in Fair condition and is in need
of an asphalt repair mill and overlay.


The street pictured here is considered to be in Poor condition and is in need of a major mill and overlay or reconstruction.