Discussion of 5 year pavement plan
The Town of Davidson has 48 miles of streets maintained by the town and other streets maintained by NCDOT, like Main Street/Highway 115 and Concord Road/Davidson-Concord Road. Every 5 years, the town hires an engineering firm to do a pavement survey, which includes a block-by-block evaluation of the 48 miles of streets maintained by the town. Doug Wright, Project Manager, presented the results of a recent pavement condition survey and a proposed resurfacing plan for 2021-2026. Click here to view the presentation.
The town board will be asked to consider approval of the pavement plan at the March 9 board meeting.
2021 Citizen Survey
Every two years, the Town of Davidson has worked with the National Research Center (now Polco) to offer the National Citizen Survey to a segment of the Davidson population. The data from the National Citizen Survey is helpful in providing a benchmark for Davidson against other communities, as well as gauging progress on important data points over time. Communications Director Amanda Preston discussed with the board input on what priority items the board wishes to have community feedback on in the 2021 survey. Click here to view the presentation or visit the Citizen Survey page on the town’s website to learn more about feedback received in 2019.
Upcoming Board Agenda Items
The board reviewed upcoming agenda items for the March 9 work session and March 23 regular meeting. The board of commissioners and staff will continue to hold virtual meetings on the Zoom platform and streamed via YouTube. Check the town’s website, social media sites, or e-Crier emails for public access to meetings. If you have additional questions, please email me at email@example.com or Town Clerk Betsy Shores at firstname.lastname@example.org.