Inspections began in August 2018 in Section 1, beginning in the central/western neighborhoods.
If your sidewalk is determined to be in need of repairs, you will receive a notice outlining the required repairs as well as an estimate for the cost to have the city's contractor do the work.
A copy of the notice will be mailed to the registered property owner's address, even if the address is out of the region or out of state.
All information from the notice, as well as photos from the inspection, will be available online on our customer portal. Sidewalk sections that require repairs will be easy to identify as they will be marked with white paint.
Sidewalk sections that require repairs will be easy to identify as they will be marked with white paint. If you received a notice, you can also view an online copy of the notice with photos of the damaged areas.
Summer 2019: Between Sherman and Downing, from Alameda to Speer
Inspections will be year-round, weather permitting.
Summer 2019: Department of Transportation and Infrastructure is scheduling repairs in Section 1 of Region 1 and work is underway in the western part of Region 1, Section 1 between Sherman and Downing, from Alameda to Speer.
What to expect once work has been scheduled on your block:
What to expect during and after construction:
Invoices will be sent after construction is completed and has been inspected, with instructions on how to pay for repairs.