The Grover Beach City Council is seeking public input on the process it should take to repair the city’s crumbling streets using funds from its successful $48 million bond measure.
Residents are encouraged to attend the council’s meeting Monday to offer suggestions. Different approaches to street repair could include fixing the worst streets first or a blended program of repairing streets in very poor condition as well as those that need to be addressed before additional deterioration can occur.
The council on Jan. 20 indicated support for a blended approach but didn’t take any action.
In addition to the approach, the council also wants public input on different factors that could help determine which streets are selected first for repair, including public safety, traffic volume, and other issues.
The council’s meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. Monday at 154 S. Eighth St. The council is also expected to schedule additional meetings in February.
For more information on the street program, call 473-4567.