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The city of Spokane Valley asks for input on long-term funding options for streets

A survey has been posted by Spokane Valley city officials asking community members to assist in deciding what improvements need to be made in the upcoming year.

SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. — The city of Spokane Valley reminded community members via Twitter Friday to fill out street survey.

Spokane Valley city officials sent out a survey assessing the quality and condition of the streets and roads in and around the community. The survey asks questions such as what community members think of the condition of the road as well as how future funding could help certain projects.

City officials said the annual cost of street maintenance and preservation for Spokane Valley roads in their current condition is estimated to be $16 million per year.

Projects the city of Spokane Valley look to take care of include pavement preservation and street maintenance. Both these efforts include restoring the surface layer of pavement to prevent potholes, snow plowing, fixing traffic signs, and sidewalk repair.

The survey will be available here until Sep. 21st.