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Services

Concrete Curb & Gutter, Sidewalk and Drive Approach Replacement

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By City ordinance (14.32.300), the repair or replacement of deteriorated sidewalk, drive approach, and curb and gutter in the public way is the responsibility of the adjacent private property owner.  Property owners can hire a contractor to accomplish the required concrete repairs, which requires a permit to work in the public way, or property owners can take advantage of the 50/50 concrete program.

The 50/50 concrete program is a cost-sharing program that splits the actual cost of replacement between the adjacent residential property owner and the City on a 50/50 basis.  For commercial properties, the owner will pay 100% of the cost, and this cost must be paid before construction starts.

Construction estimates are provided without charge and work is scheduled on a “first come first serve” basis. To obtain an estimate, please contact Kyle Biggs at Kyle.Biggs@slcgov.com or 801-535-6934.

Concrete restoration includes the following:

  • 50/50 concrete program for deteriorated residential concrete sidewalks, drive approaches, and curb & gutter replacement
  • 100% concrete program for deteriorated commercial concrete sidewalks, drive approaches, and curb & gutter replacement
  • ADA ramp replacement
  • Waterway construction

Concrete Roadway Maintenance Program

The Streets Division will perform concrete maintenance on 11 lane miles of concrete roadway annually. Concrete road maintenance involves resealing the concrete joints and on rare occasion replacing concrete slabs. The joints are cleaned with high pressure air and concrete saws before they are resealed with backer rod and hot polymer sealant. The purpose of joint sealant is to extend the life of the roadway by reducing the infiltration of water and foreign material into the joints which results in the loss of structural support. Further information regarding pavement management can be obtained by emailing David Jones at David.Jones@slcgov.com.

Every resident and business will receive the first advanced notification that explains the process approximately one to two months prior to the concrete roadway maintenance. One day prior to the application of the joint sealant, residents and businesses will receive a second notification explaining what action to take. The day before the maintenance begins “No Parking” signs will be placed on the street. In the case that a vehicle is not moved, and the owner cannot be contacted, the vehicle will be towed to the nearest street and SLCPD will be contacted with the address where the vehicle was placed.

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Roadway Paint Markings & Traffic Signs

Crews maintain and install traffic signs and roadway paint markings throughout the City for the safe movement of vehicular, pedestrian, and bicycle traffic.  The signs team manufactures, installs, inspects, maintains, and replaces all City street signs. The paint markings team uses specialized painting equipment to apply over 14,500 gallons of paint and 100,000 pounds of reflective beads annually.

For issues related to maintenance call 801-535-2345.

Asphalt Roadway Maintenance Program

Asphalt Repair & Treatment

Asphalt maintenance crews perform repairs and surface treatments on 1,850 lane miles of City-owned roadways, including activities such as chip, fog, and slurry seal surface treatments, crack sealing, level patching, pothole repair, and asphalt surface milling.  The type of surface treatment a road will receive is determined through a collaborative effort between the Streets Division and Engineering Division.

For issues related to maintenance call 801-535-2345.

Roadway Reconstruction

Pavement Management

The Pavement Management Team collects and analyzes data to determine the most cost effective maintenance strategy for the City’s roadway network. The team uses an inventory database to store condition, construction, and maintenance information on a street network of 1,850 lane miles. Road conditions are evaluated by field inspection and automated pavement surveys and the data determines the type of maintenance plan each road receives.

Pavement Reconstruction

Pavements that have exceeded their functional life are programmed for reconstruction through the City’s Capital Improvement Program.  As with pavement overlays, ADA ramps are installed and drainage impeding damaged curbs are repaired on all reconstruction projects.

Further information regarding pavement management can be obtained by emailing David Jones at David.Jones@slcgov.com.

Snow Removal

The snow removal program provides Salt Lake City with a safe, reliable, and efficient travel network for all modes of transportation during adverse weather conditions. Crews perform snow removal on 1,850 lane miles of City-owned roadways within 30 hours of a storm. In addition, crews provide snow removal on 7.8 miles of viaduct sidewalks.

The Streets Division is dedicated to keeping the City’s streets safe and passable during the winter storm season. Our snow removal program holds itself to a high service level standard of resolving snow and ice events within a 30-hour time period after a snow event. Please visit the following links for helpful tips and information regarding snow removal in Salt Lake City.

Snowplow GPS Tracking Map click here

Snow Removal Priority Map click here

Snow Removal Information & Facts click here

How Can You Improve Snow Removal Efforts? click here

For issues related to maintenance call 801-535-2345.

After Hours Streets Response Team

Report Urgent Streets Issues After-Hours

Normal Streets Division service hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday

The Streets Response Team responds to after-hours calls for Public Services as well as trouble or emergency calls throughout the City.

The following situations may be considered urgent and require attention after service hours:

  • Damaged or downed regulatory signage
  • Snow and ice complaints after a storm
  • Roadway and sidewalk hazards
  • Traffic signal problems
  • Safety related items in the public right of way

To report any of the above issues after regular service hours, please contact the Streets Division at 801-535-2345. During regular service hours, report non-urgent issues and request service at slc.gov/request-report/ or contact the Streets Division at 801-535-2345.

Street Sweeping

The City street sweeping program keeps dirt, leaves, and pollutants from reaching the storm drainage system. Sweeping also provides a clean, well presented City. This program responds to routine, emergency, and special request sweeping.

The Salt Lake City Street Sweeping Team strives to complete the following goals:

  • Sweep an average of 29,800 curb miles annually
  • Average 9 citywide passes annually
  • Support special events and parades

For issues related to maintenance call 801-535-2345.

Traffic Signals

The traffic signals group maintains, repairs, and programs all of the signals, crosswalks, and electronic traffic control devices in Salt Lake City not including State owned roads. This group is involved with design, review, and inspection of new signal projects.

For information on signal timing click here.

For issues related to maintenance call 801-535-2345.

Water, Sewer, and Stormwater

Report a water, sewer, stormwater, or utility cover emergency to Salt Lake City Public Utilities 24-hour dispatch line: 801-483-6700.

Full contact information available at slc.gov/utilities.