How often is resurfacing done?
The lifespan of an asphalt street can vary greatly depending on traffic loads and other environmental factors. If the City resurfaces five miles of asphalt roadway annually, a street can be repaved about every twenty years on the average. Concrete streets are repaired as necessary.

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1. Does the Street Division provide barricades for block parties?
2. What is the scope of work done by Street Division?
3. How many miles of streets are in Elmhurst?
4. What is the general condition of streets in Elmhurst?
5. How often is resurfacing done?
6. How many potholes are filled annually?
7. What is the purpose of sealing cracks in pavement?
8. What is the purpose of applying rejuvenating agents and sealcoats to asphalt pavement?
9. How many asphalt street patches are done annually?
10. When are the residential streets swept?
11. How often are the Business District's swept?