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Indian Trail Improvement District
Serving the public since 1957.

Enhanced Stabilization Policy
To create a systematic procedure for Indian Trail Improvement District Residents to apply for road surface upgrades on “Local Service Roads” (no more than ½ mile in length).

II. PROCEDURE The Indian Trail Improvement District Board of Supervisors hereby establishes the following:

  1. A simple majority or more of the property owners must agree to have the road paved.
  2. No roadway will be considered for paving unless the drainage swales and road base are considered suitable for paving by the District’s Director of Operations and Maintenance.
  3. Paving shall be in accordance with the design and specifications approved by the District Engineer.
  4. Should a roadway need additional work, the owners may:
    a.  Pay the additional costs of these improvements in addition to the paving.
    b.  Wait until the roadway has been completed as part of the District’s road improvement program approved by the Board of Supervisors.
  5. The District shall receive 100% of the cost of paving (grading, asphalt, spreading, rolling, etc.) in advance of the work being undertaken.

III. ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS Additional considerations include the following: The District shall consider no more than five (5) petitions for paving with a Fiscal Year. This limitation was imposed based on current Staffing and workload considerations. Additionally, petitions may not be considered until the following Fiscal Year due to work schedules.

Approved by the Indian Trail Improvement District Board of Supervisors at the 4/23/2001 Regular BOS Meeting. Revised at the 6/8/11 Regular BOS Meeting.

Attached Document or File12/13/2006 Asphalt Road Map  Presented in PDF format. Subject to change without notice.
Attached Document or FileSample Paving Petition - in MS Word  

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