Pavement Preservation Program

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Pavement condition data is collected for all 1,100-plus lane miles of public streets every two years. It’s used to predict needed preservation work and to determine the best timing to maximize resources. A five-year pavement preservation plan is used to coordinate with other public and private projects. The types of work done under this program include: 

  • Resurfacing long stretches of roadways with fresh asphalt, typically done between April and October
  • Upgrading curb ramps and replacing sidewalks
  • Routine street sweeping and pothole repairs
  • Pavement sealing
  • New pavement markings

Pavement projects

Where are we working this week?

Check the Pavement Preservation Update for information about paving locations and approximate work dates. 

Report a road hazard

To report pothole, sidewalk hazard or road hazard that requires attention, contact the Operations and Maintenance 24-hour Emergency Response line at 425-452-7840 or email OMSupport@bellevuewa.gov. Call 911 to report more urgent issues.

For contractors, engineers and project owners

The City of Bellevue requires paving contractors to be pre-qualified annually in order to perform paving operations on arterial roadways. Proper equipment and quality workmanship are essential to meeting the city's construction standards. Pre-qualification helps ensure quality paving  by verifying contractor's equipment and past project performance.

The requirements for pavement restoration following trenching or other disturbance are based on the Pavement Restoration Requirement Map. Please see the city's Design Manual, Section 23, for additional information on pavement restoration. 

Bridge Preservation Program

The purpose of the Bridge Preservation Program is to perform federally-required inspections on Bellevue's bridges and to complete needed maintenance work.

Locations in north Bellevue:

  • NE 1st Street – 94th Avenue NE to end of road
  • NE 8th Street – I-405 to 118th Avenue NE
  • NE 21st Place – Northup Way to end of road
  • NE 20th Street – NE 21st Place to 140th Avenue NE
  • NE 24th Street – 105th Avenue NE to 112th Avenue NE
  • NE 24th Street – 130th Avenue NE to 148th Avenue NE
  • 106th Avenue NE – NE 2nd Street to NE 6th Street
  • 111th Avenue NE – NE 39th Place to 115th Avenue NE
  • 112th Avenue NE – 113th Avenue NE to 3900 block of 113th Avenue NE
  • 112th Avenue NE – NE 12th Street to SR 520
  • 120th Avenue NE – 2100 block to Northup Way
  • 124th Avenue NE – NE 8th Street to Bel-Red Road
  • 130th Avenue NE – 113th Avenue NE to NE 3900 block
  • 148th Avenue NE – NE 40th Street to NE 60th Street
  • Lake Washington Boulevard NE – Meydenbauer Bridge to 99th Avenue NE

Vuecrest Neighborhood:

  • All public roadways internal to the neighborhood

Lake Hills Neighborhood:

  • SE 8th Street – 156th Avenue SE to 163rd Avenue SE
  • 160th Avenue SE – SE 7th Street to SE 8th Street
  • SE 7th Street – 160th Avenue SE to 163rd Avenue SE
  • 154th Avenue SE – SE 9th Street to SE 11th Street
  • SE 11th Street – 154th Avenue SE to 156th Avenue SE
  • SE 9th Street – 154th Avenue SE to 163rd Avenue SE
  • SE 10th Street – 156th Avenue SE to 163rd Avenue SE
  • 158th Place SE – SE 10th Street to 160th Avenue SE 
  • 159th Place SE – SE 10th Street to end of road
  • 163rd Avenue SE – SE 7th Street to SE 1000 block