Street Maintenance

The Powell Bill is codified in N.C.G.S. 136-41.1 through N.C.G.S. 136-41.4 N.C.G.S. 136-41.3 provides, in part: “the funds allocated to cities and towns under the provisions of G.S. 136-41.2 shall be expended by said cities and towns primarily for resurfacing of streets within the corporate limits of the municipality but may be used for the purposes of maintaining, repairing, constructing, reconstructing or widening of any street or public thoroughfare including bridges, drainage, curb and gutter, and other necessary appurtenances within the corporate limits of the municipality or for meeting the municipality's proportionate share of assessments levied for such purposes, or for the planning, construction and maintenance of bikeways, greenways or sidewalks.”

There are three types of streets in the Town of Stallings - those maintained by the Town of Stallings, those maintained by NCDOT and private streets. Please see the Powell Bill Map (Current as of July 2020) to determine whether a street is private, Town-maintained or NCDOT-maintained.

2021 Resurfacing Plan

The Town of Stallings resurfaces Town-maintained roads based on the pavement condition index (PCI) methodology during the Fall of each fiscal year. Please see the 2020 Resurfacing Plan for the specific town roads on this year’s schedule.

Stallings 2020 Resurfacing Advertisement with Indian Trail - http://indiantrail.org/Bids.aspx

Future Tentative Resurfacing Schedule – Link

To report a pothole on a State-Maintained street, click here to contact NCDOT.

To report a pothole on a Town-Maintained road, contact the Associate Engineer via email. Please provide a description of the concern and pictures/video.

Traffic Calming Policy

Traffic Calming is the combination of physical measures that reduce the negative effects of motor vehicle use, alter driver behavior and improve conditions for both motorized and non-motorized street users.

Traffic calming objectives include:

  • Achieving speeds for motor vehicles that are reasonable for a neighborhood setting
  • Increasing the safety and the perception of safety for non-motorized users of the street(s)
  • Reducing collision frequency and severity
  • Reducing the need for police enforcement

 

Town of Stallings Traffic Calming Policy - Link