In an effort to evaluate the performance of various infrastructure as well as to plan for future growth and capital needs, the City has completed several master plans of the following infrastructure (click on the item to view the report – warning files are large). For an interactive map of streets and other features of Bartlesville go to GIS City Maps.

 

INFRASTRUCTURE

COMPLETED

COMMENTS

Streets

2012

Pavement assessment of entire street system, excluding private streets.  Included management software to aide in planning future capital improvements.  Implementing recommendations focusing on preventative maintenance projects.

Traffic (Hwy 75)

2004

Operational analysis of the signalized and several unsignalized intersections along the U.S. 75 corridor between Ohio and Camelot/Southport.  .

Storm Water

2004

City wide master drainage plan assessing the existing drainage system as well as planning infrastructure for future growth and capital improvements.  Note, appendices B thru E are not included due to file size limitations.  Contact Engineering for the appendices and individual basin reports.  Implementing priority projects.

Sanitary Sewer

2006

Hydraulic study of the City’s waste water collection system.  Included modeling software to allow City staff to update system and determine the downstream impact for new development.  Note, the report does not contain tables 7-1 and 8-1 as well as the appendices due to size limitations.  Currently implementing a Sanitary Sewer Evaluation Survey in 2007 to identify and correct points of inflow and infiltration.

Southside Wastewater Master Plan

2005

Sanitary sewer master plan for development south of Bartlesville(between Rice Creek Road and the Wal-Mart Distribution Center) to determine the preferred waste water collection system.  Implementing recommendations to proposed development in this service area.

Water

2007

Hydraulic study of the City’s water distribution system with recommendations on capital projects.  Note, the on-line report does not contain the appendices or exhibits due to file size.  Please contact Engineering for a .pdf of exhibits and appendices.