​​​​​​​Street Transportation Services Impacted by Coronavirus 

As a public health precaution due to COVID-19 (coronavirus), the City of Phoenix is closing certain offices to the public. Our goal is to continue providing excellent service to you while protecting against the spread of illness. Critical business can be done by appointment only.

For assistance or to make an appointment, please call 602-262-6235 during normal business hours. Effective Monday, August 2, 2021, face coverings will once again be required in all city of Phoenix facilities, regardless of vaccination status. 

These are necessary precautions to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. This guidance will be updated as needed. We look forward to serving you in person as soon as we can.


For the latest on COVID-19, go to cdc.gov/covid-19.

For information about other city services go to phoenix.gov/newsroom.


 

Right of Way Management logo

The Right-of-Way Management section coordinates Street Closures, Special Events and Block Parties. Our goal is to enhance traffic and pedestrian​ safety through awareness and knowledge of effective temporary traffic control. 

Contact Information

Phone Number: 602-262-6235, Mon-Fri. (except observed holidays)

Office Hours: 6:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Email: rmp@phoenix.gov

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On March 25, 2021, Governor Ducey issued a new executive order rolling back restrictions related to COVID-19 regarding Special Events with more than 50 people. See Executive Order 2021-26 (PDF)​

As a public health precaution, we will continue to hold Special Event pre-event meetings via telephone, e-mail, or virtual communication. These are necessary precautions recommended by public health authorities to prevent the spread of coronavirus. We look forward to resuming in-person meetings once it is safe to do so.  This guidance will be updated as needed. ​




Temporary Traffic Control

Phoenix's Right-of-Way Management Program goal is to improve compliance levels by increasing awareness and knowledge of effective temporary traffic control practices on the city's streets while still allowing construction/maintenance activities to be accomplished in a timely manner. 

Interactive Street Closure Map

2021 TRACS Permit Application (Use Chrome)New Company ApplicationTraining ClassesTraffic Barricade Manual2020/21 Holiday Moratorium Cover Letter2020/21 Holiday Moratorium MemoRight-of-Way Management Map

After Hours Work Permits


​ Special Event

Street Closure Request

Phoenix's city streets are the site of dozens of festivals, runs, walks and parades each year. If you are interested in holding an event that is not a Block Party on city streets, here’s what you need to know:

Step 1. ChecklistStep 2. Other Permit RequirementsStep 3. Submit Your Application ($400 fee applies)

 

 

Block Party/

Neighborhood

 Request for Street Closure


Phoenix's city streets are the site of many block parties that provide residents the opportunity to get to know their neighbors, create a sense of community, and memories - all while having fun. If you are interested in holding a block party on city streets, here's what you need to know:

Step 1. GuidelinesStep 2. Submit Your Application