Phoenix has a comprehensive
roadway network of more than 4,850 miles of public streets. The Street Transportation Department Street Maintenance division is responsible for the planning, programming and execution of the city’s street maintenance program. This entails maintaining all roadways within the city’s jurisdiction limits and does not include private streets, state routes maintained by ADOT and roads maintained by Maricopa County.
Starting in early spring and continuing through the fall, the Street Maintenance Division performs annual routine street maintenance activities to keep the city’s street network in a state of good repair and extend their lifespan. The work to repair and improve our roadways ranges from pothole patching to the longer term and most expensive projects of resurfacing and the more extensive road reconstruction.
Enhancing the safety of the roadway and improving the ride comfort of the road surface provides a benefit to the traveling public.
Pavement Preservation Program Fact Sheet and Frequently Asked Questions (PDF)
Share Your Input
Which streets do you want to see included in the pavement maintenance work plans for fiscal years 2021 through 2023?
Pavement condition assessment data and public input will be utilized to identify streets for the 2021-2023 Work Plans that will be presented to the Phoenix City Council for approval in late spring 2019.
interactive street-maintenance map to share your input or email your comments to email@example.com.