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Streets Maintenance

City Construction Map Provo City Construction Projects Map

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Click on any of the shapes to find out more information or type in your address to see all current and upcoming projects in your neighborhood.

pot-hole Potholes and Repairs

As hard as we try to keep up with street repairs, we don’t always know where all the problem areas are.

If you know of any street repairs you would like to report, please let us know at 311 or (801) 852-6704 or email



 
street-sweeper Street Sweeping There are 610 miles of streets in Provo. That’s a lot for only two street sweepers! The Streets Maintenance Division sweeps them at least twice a year, and monitors them for additional sweeping as needed.

If you find a location in need of street sweeping, please call 311 or (801) 852-6704 or email

**Please note that Provo City does not clean up after building contractors. If streets need to be cleaned due to a building project, please contact Provo City Community Development/Building Inspection at (801) 852-6450.


stop-sign Signing and Painting The Streets Maintenance Division installs and maintains street name and traffic signs. We also maintain street painting.

If you know of a sign that needs repaired or replaced, or painting that has faded and needs repainted, please call 311 or (801) 852-6704 or email

 
snow-plow-2 Snow Removal Snow is a necessary evil here in Provo. It’s great for winter sports and a major water source for the lakes and rivers and summer-time water, but isn't particularly fun to drive in.

The Provo Streets Division endeavors to maintain adequate traction for pedestrians and vehicles properly equipped for winter driving conditions.

Extra caution should be used while driving during the winter where pavement may have snow or ice on it. If you live on a hill it’s a good idea to make sure your vehicles are equipped for snow and have good tires for winter conditions.

Requests for snow removal can be made by calling 311 or (801) 852-6704 or email
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snow-shoveler Snow Removal on Sidewalks and Driveways

Things to know about clearing snow:

  • No snow from private property (parking lots, driveways, sidewalks) shall be deposited in the public right-of-way or sidewalks.
  • It is the property owner’s responsibility to clear their sidewalks, driveways and mailboxes.

City Code, Title 9.16.040