Prairie Engineers completed a Pavement Condition Index for the City of Lincoln, Illinois to document the condition of roads and streets under the City’s jurisdiction, to assist in the development of funding levels required for street maintenance, and to prioritize capital investments. This index was performed using the Pavement Surface Evaluation and Rating (PASER) system allowing each street segment to be rated for pavement distresses in 14 categories. A GIS database containing attributes for pavement type, street widths, the presence of curbs and guttering, average daily traffic, and the distress ratings was developed for efficient use of the roadway information collected and to develop figures for public information. From this data, Prairie Engineers prioritized street segments for improvement to develop the City's first Capital Improvement Plan for roads and streets. Existing data from various sources was combined to develop quantities and cost estimates for various improvements.