The 2020 Street Resurfacing Project, funded by SPLOST and LMIG funds at $4.96 million, will pave approximately 15.5 miles of Stonecrest’s worst roads, including the following major thoroughfares:
Additionally, the city will pave 3 subdivisions that were abandoned by the builders before the roads were completed:
The following road(s) are scheduled for repaving during the week of: June 8, 2020:
Stonecrest 2019 Phase 1 Paving is completed with 4.28 miles of roadway on 19 different streets touching all 5 districts in Stonecrest (see attached streets on LMIG Paving Schedule); the $2.05 million budgeted project finished on-schedule and under budget.The repaving of our streets was completed using LMIG (Local Maintenance Improvement Grant) and SPLOST (Special Local Option Sales Tax) funds (Your Pennies at Work!).
Stonecrest 2019 Phase II Paving began the first week of September 2019 covered 4.59 miles on 3 major roads at a cost of $2 million using SPLOST funds. All five districts now have a major road completely resurfaced: Turner Hill Road in District 1, Thompson Mill Road in District 2 and District 3, Salem Road in District 4, and Rockland Road in District 5. This project was completed in October 2019.
The effective management of Phase 1 and Phase 2 lead to cost savings of $350,000. Using these savings, the City of Stonecrest was able to resurface another mile of roadway in the Chestnut Lakes subdivision.
In 2019, your SPLOST pennies have paved almost 10 miles of the 27 worst roads in the Stonecrest. Your city hall staff is working diligently to pull together the paving plan for 2020 and beyond.
3120 Stonecrest Blvd.
Stonecrest, GA 30038