Street Maintenance Division

Street Maintenance Program/Right-of-Way Maintenance Program

The Street Maintenance Program provides for the maintenance of all City streets. There are approximately 30 centerline miles of streets which also represents approximately 5.5 million square feet of pavement. Maintenance of City streets includes:

  • Pavement Maintenance
  • Traffic Signing and Striping Maintenance
  • Bikeway (Bike Paths, Bike Lanes, and Bike Routes) Maintenance

Repairs of pavement potholes and traffic signing and striping are able to be performed by Street Maintenance Division staff. Maintenance contracts augment Street Maintenance Division staff for larger work involving pavement replacement, traffic signals, and street lights.

The Right-of-Way Maintenance Program provides for the maintenance of all City rights-of-way. Maintenance of City rights-of-way includes:

  • Maintenance of curbs, gutters, sidewalks, street landscaping, benches, trash receptacles, and bicycle racks
  • Tree trimming, removal of hazardous or dead trees, and planting of new trees
  • Installation and maintenance of street planters and medians
  • Graffiti removal

Repairs of sidewalks and tree trimming are able to be performed by Street Maintenance Division staff. Maintenance contracts augment Street Maintenance Division staff for larger work that involves removing and replacing curbs, gutters, curb ramps, and trees.

Street Maintenance/Right-of-Way Service Request Form
Pavement Management System