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Requests for routine street maintenance should be directed to the Infrastructure Maintenance Division. Click here for contact information.

Common Street Maintenance Requests Q&A:

  • How do I report a pothole in the street or request my alley be regraded? 

    Contact Infrastructure Maintenance to make reports and place routine maintenance requests.

  • The City replaced the settled curb and gutter in front of my driveway and now my driveway is lower than the new curb. Will the city replace my driveway apron?

    Driveway aprons are the responsibility of the property owners to maintain. When a curb is replaced, it is re-installed to match the original grade of the street. A temporary blacktop wedge will be installed on top of the sunken driveway apron to reduce the transition to the new curb. The City will not maintain the blacktop wedge; it is up to the property owner to repair/replace the driveway approach.

  • How do I get my alley paved/repaved?

    Reconstruction projects involving alleys and streets require homeowners petitioning for the work, gaining council approval, and paying assessment fees for the project. Project requests, complete with signature support of the majority of property owners abutting the proposed project, should be submitted to the Public Works Office. 

  •  How do I get curb and gutter on my street?

    Reconstruction projects involving alleys and streets require homeowners petitioning for the work, gaining council approval, and paying assessment fees for the project. Project requests, complete with signature support of the majority of property owners abutting the proposed project, should be submitted to the Public Works Office.

  • When will the condition of my street be improved?
    The city streets planned  for “mill and overlay” (removing the top of the street pavement  and placing a new layer of pavement) and “chip seal” work (placing a thin layer of hot asphalt onto the existing pavement, spreading small rock chips over the top, and then rolling the street smooth) are established every three years. Maps of planned work can be found here: