A review of the city’s paving plan shows Brookhaven has paved nearly 19 percent of its streets since it incorporated three years ago and the number of streets being patched and paved increased each year.

In 2016, the city is on track to pave 4.57 miles at a cost of $1.4 million. In 2013, the city conducted a laser truck survey of all streets and in 2014 started paving, covering 8.57 miles at a cost of $1.74 million. In 2015, the city paved 9.62 miles at a cost of $2.52 million, according to a presentation by City Manager Christian Sigman and Public Works Director Richard Meehan at the Sept. 13 City Council meeting.

Funding for the paving came out of the city’s Homestead Optional Sales Tax and Georgia Department of Transportation grants.

In 2013, the city’s streets were ranked, with 20 percent considered in excellent condition, according to national standards. Today, 31 percent of the city’s streets are considered to be in excellent shape.

Sigman and Meehan suggested the council purchase Lucidity Software to prioritize streets needing to be paved and to help eliminate the backlog of streets that need to be paved within 10 years.

The city also has a five-year paving plan based on the city spending $2.1 million per year plus any GDOT grants it receives.

Streets that have been or will be paved in 2016

Briarwood Road from North Druid Hills Road to Buford Highway

Clairmont Place from the west end to the east end

Somervale Court from the south end to Clairmont Way

Corporate Boulevard from Northeast Expressway to Buford Highway

Ashwoody Court from Ashwoody Trail to Candler Lake

Oak Forest Drive from Ashwoody Trail to Ashford-Dunwoody Road

Oak Forest Way from Ashwoody Trail to Oak Forest Court

Coosawaatee Drive from Cartecay Drive to Briarwood Road

Georgian Drive East from Bragg Street to Clairmont Road

Milowyn Place from Thompson Road to Alta Vista Drive

Alta Vista Drive from Grant Drive to Milowyn Place

Oakland Trace from Osborne Road to the west end

Rains Court from the south end to Park Crest Lane

Parkcrest Drive from West Nancy Creek Drive to Ashford-Dunwoody Road

Dyana Bagby

Dyana Bagby is a staff writer for Reporter Newspapers and Atlanta Intown.