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Request Repairs

Alley Repair - an alley repair crew laying fresh asphalt by machine in an alleyAlley Repair

Request repairs be made to maintain the safety and function of alleys in the District.
 
 

Curb and Gutter Repairs - a broken granite curb and brick gutter needing repairCurb and Gutter Repairs

Request repairs be made to maintain the safety and function of curbs and gutters along public roadways.
 
 

Paving SchedulePaving Schedule

DDOT FY13 Draft Work Plan - Paving, Street, Alleys, Sidewalk, Curb and Gutter
 
 

Pothole Repairs - a crew repairing potholes with a special asphalt pothole filling machinePothole Repair

Request this quick effective temporary repair to extend the life of the driving surface before milling and paving takes place.
 

Report a Broken Parking Meter - broken grey-headed single parking meter domeReport a Broken Parking Meter

Report a broken parking meter to ensure that the District's parking meters are in good working order.
 
 

Sidewalk Repair - a cracked concrete city sidewalk and planting bed area prior to repairSidewalk Repair

Request sidewalk repair to ensure safe usage of the District’s sidewalks by addressing structural and safety concerns.
 

Street and Alley Light Repair - double-facing overhead street lightsStreet and Alley Light Repair

Request installation and/or maintenance of street/alley lights throughout the District.
 
 

Street Repair - a DDOT crew working next to an orange dump truck and an orange asphalt depositor repairing a city streetStreet Repair

Request street repair to mitigate damage/wear-and-tear to roadways in the District.
 
 

Street Resurfacing - a newly repaved street, a new sidewalk, and newly planted grassStreet Resurfacing

Starting in spring and continuing throughout fall, DDOT performs annual routine street maintenance work to keep the pavement as close as possible to its newly constructed condition.
 

Streets Suspended from Excavation for Five Years - street paving machineStreets Suspended from Excavation for Five Years

Suspended streets are those listed streets that have recently been restored or repaved and are under an excavation suspension/moratorium for five subsequent years.
 

Utility Cut - badly cracked painted street crossing area of a city roadway needing utilities cut off prior to repairsUtility Cut

When a utility cut request is approved, DDOT ensures that it is underataken in compliance with the District's permitting guidelines, and that public space is restored within District standard specifications to ensure the public's safety.