Transportation - Streets
Streets Division Location
6210 W. Myrtle Ave
Glendale, AZ 85301
Office Hours: Monday to Friday,
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Phone: (623) 930-2670
Fax: (623) 931-9283
The Streets Division provides preventative maintenance services for the city street network including street and sidewalk repair, graffiti removal, and the Glendale Memorial Park Cemetery.
Street Maintenance Services
What we do:
- Pavement resurfacing (minor)
- Sidewalk repairs
- Pot hole patching
To report a street maintenance concern in your neighborhood, please call (623) 930-2670 or email us at
email@example.com with specific details about the location.
The Sweeping Team is responsible for sweeping more than 110 miles of Main Arterial (mile section) roadways, 153 miles of Collector (half-mile section) streets and 485 miles of Residential streets.
REGULAR SWEEPING SCHEDULE
- Residential Streets: Every three months
6 a.m.-4 p.m.
- Main Arterial Roadways: Every five weeks
9 p.m.-7:30 a.m.
(Includes Downtown Glendale streets and selected industrial areas)
- Downtown Business District: Twice weekly
9 p.m.-7:30 a.m.
Street sweeping may also be performed following storm events.
Sanitation Line: 623-930-2660 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Right of Way Maintenance (ROW)
ROW is the landscaped strip of land along Glendale's arterial streets for which the city is responsible for maintaining. These areas typically have trees, shrubs, plants and irrigation systems that must be regularly maintained, called developed right-of-way.
The city is also responsible for maintaining certain areas, such as city-owned properties, alleys and roadsides, that are not landscaped, called undeveloped right-of-way.
The maintenance of these right-of-way areas fall under
Public Works Right of Way Landscaping. For questions or concerns, please call 623-930-2656 or email ROWconcerns@glendaleaz.com
Pavement Management Projects (FY 2017/2018)
The Pavement Management Program (PMP) consists of the rehabilitation of poor and deteriorating streets within the City of Glendale with the application of common treatments as well as other pavement preservations methods. The City of Glendale regularly evaluates the condition of roads and streets to assess the need for maintenance or repair, in addition to prioritizing and scheduling how this takes place. The plan to extend the overall life-expectancy of the City of Glendale’s streets through the most efficient and cost-saving measures is carried out through a series of pavement preservation projects. The FY 2017/18 PMP Mill & Overlay (M&O), Crack Seal and Slurry Seal projects are presently underway throughout the City.
Click here for a description of what treatment activities residents can expect.
For more specific project info call the 24/7 project hotline at 602.532.6250
Watch Glendale Today with Councilmember Bart Turner as he discusses how Glendale manages its street and pavement management program.
FY 17/18 Pavement Management Projects Summary
FY 17/18 Pavement Management Program Map
The Pavement Management Program team is evaluating city streets for inclusion in the next pavement management cycle (FY 2018/2019). Several other treatment types and products are being evaluated to identify the most cost-effective surface treatment given a certain level of pavement deterioration for any given arterial/collector street or residential streets. Allocated funds need to be expended in a manner that will cover as much of Glendale as possible. Once this selection process is completed and the budget to cover these projects is obligated, residents can expect a new “FY 18/19 Pavement Management Program Map” in the following 2-3 months.
- How will I know if my street is scheduled for resurfacing?
Street resurfacing is maintained and planned through a computerized street network software program. If your street is scheduled for resurfacing, you will be contacted four to six months prior to construction and once again the week prior to construction.
- How often are my neighborhood streets cleaned?
Residential streets, curbs and gutters are cleaned at least quarterly.
- What should I do if I see a pot hole in the street and would like it repaired?
If you see a pot hole in your neighborhood, you may contact the Pot Hole Hotline at (623) 930-2670. The information will be sent to our street maintenance staff for repair at their earliest convenience.
- Who should I call if I see a roadside area, median or open area full of weeds and uncontrolled brush?
You may contact the Glendale Right-of-Way division to report the area at (623) 930-2656. Please note that not all roadside areas, medians or open areas are maintained by the city; some areas are owned by the county, businesses or other entities. ROW staff will contact you with the correct information and remediation efforts.