General Street Maintenance

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The General Street Maintenance program maintains curbs, gutters, sidewalks, signs, and pavement markings on City streets. Program goals are safe and smooth sidewalks and safe and efficient traffic circulation.

This program has three major activities:

  • General Street Maintenance: Constructing new concrete curbs, gutters and sidewalks; repairing concrete curbs, gutters, and sidewalks; pruning street tree roots; installing and repairing dead end barriers, survey monument wells, parking meter posts, bus shelters, bus benches, and bike racks.
  • Pavement Marking Maintenance: Installing and maintaining pavement markings, curb markings, and signs; repainting stop bars, parking tees, and "path of history" lines; periodically replacing thermoplastic school crosswalks; maintaining pavement markings in City parking lots.
  • Street Sign Maintenance: Fabricating and installing standard traffic control signs; fabricating and installing special signs; installing disabled access signs as required by state codes.

 

Frequently Asked Questions:

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  • How do I find out about curb and gutter issues?

  • How do I find out what the repaving schedule is for city streets?

  • How do I report a pot hole?

  • How do I report a problem with a City Street?

  • How do I report an issue with a City sign?

  • How do I report sidewalk damage or trip hazards?

  • Is there a map showing the city street cleaning schedule?

  • There are shoes hanging on the utility lines on my street. Can the City remove them?

  • Will the City provide sidewalk repair?