2014 Road Repair Program - The selected contractor for this year's program is C.W. Matthews Contracting. The program is funded through SPLOST pennies and the Georgia DOT's Local Maintenance and Improvement Grant (LMIG). Funding for the LMIG grant is allocated each fiscal year and is between 10 and 20 percent of the funding from the State motor fuel taxes collected in the preceding fiscal year. Funds for projects are distributed to local governments by a formula based on population and local road mileage. Duluth's 2014 allocation was $174,757.15. With work planned on more than 30 streets (which total over 10 miles in length), the expected cost for the entire program will be $802,482.76. Click here for a list of roadways that will receive repair. Roadways were chosen based on results from the Pavement Evaluation Report. C.W. Matthews Company will begin work June13th and will be complete by September. Rain may impact this schedule. Traffic delays may be expected during this time. The public will be notified by posted notices prior to work beginning on any street. The project schedule, once finalized, will be posted here.
Prior to working within the City's right-of-way,a permit is required. Follow the links below for more information on how to obtain a right-of-way permit.
Current and Upcoming Street and Pavement Preservation Projects:
Click here for a City street list.
Gwinnett County maintained streets - please contact Gwinnett County at 770-822-7474 or
Georgia Department of Transportation maintained roads:
Buford Highway (aka SR 23)