How are streets selected to be paved?
The Village utilizes an Infrastructure Management Services (IMS) software to determine the inventory and condition of Village streets. The IMS is mounted on a vehicle that is equipped with GPS, cameras and lasers and it measures pavement roughness, rutting and general surface distress. A sensor is also installed on the vehicle and it measures roadway deflection and response as weight passes over the road. The information obtained by IMS is an instantaneous assessment of Village roadways and is used to determine the roadway's base condition. In addition to the IMS data, the Village also includes current roadway conditions and utility information to develop both a short-term and long-term roadway replacement program.

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1. How do I report a pothole?
2. Who do I call to report a traffic signal or traffic sign issue?
3. Who do I call to report a street light out?
4. Am I allowed to block sidewalk for construction?
5. Is there a temporary street closure policy?
6. Whose responsibility is it to repair the sidewalk in front of my home or business?
7. Who do I contact to request service from the Public Works Department?
8. Does Public Works maintain all of the streets in the Village?
9. How are streets selected to be paved?
10. When is street sweeping done?
11. Can I rake or blow leaves or grass clippings into the street?