The project aims to fix or repave streets and sidewalks that are cracked or in poor condition, the report said. The city will also improve conditions for cyclists.
The road improvements will be paid for in part by revenues from Measure V a half cent sales tax Healdsburg voters approved in November.
The city will also fund $200,000 in economic development programs through the Chamber of Commerce, the report said.
The road improvements were recommended by voters in a survey conducted earlier this year on how the city should spend the additional sales tax revenues, the report said.
“I’m thrilled the measure passed, the money’s available and we’re using it in the way people wanted it used,” said Councilman Tom Chambers told the Press Democrat.