The Streets Maintenance Division is responsible for the maintenance and repair of City travel ways and related assets, providing safety for motorists, bicyclists, and pedestrians, as well as a clean appearance for residents and businesses.
This program includes sidewalk repairs and improvements to provide a safe and accessible public sidewalk. A sidewalk survey was completed in 2015-2016 to identify sidewalk defects that are the City's or private property owners' responsibility to repair. Priority is given to repair locations with the greatest sidewalk uplift. Repair of sidewalk defects that are not caused by a street tree is the adjacent property owner's responsibility.
Street Conditions - Pavement Condition Index
The Pavement Condition Index (PCI) is a uniform way to monitor the condition of the surface of roads, identify maintenance and rehabilitation needs, and ensure that road maintenance budgets are spent wisely. All streets in San Bruno are inspected and given a PCI number (from 0 to 100). These numbers are one factor in determining which roads will be rehabilitated annually in the Street Rehabilitation Program.