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Map of completed paving projects, updated July 2015
Keeping Portland’s 4,842 lane miles of streets in the best condition possible while maximizing the value of a limited budget.
Striping and in-pavement markings increase traffic safety, improve traffic circulation, and increase capacity.
Trees, shrubs, and public property: Who is responsible for trimming vegetation in the right-of-way.
Sewer repair, cleaning and other information and resources.
Information and resources for reporting potholes and sinkholes in your area.
Managing stormwater, how to keep storm drains clean and how to prevent neighborhood drainage problems.
Fog Sealing Facts: How to get ready for fog sealing on my street
City Code states that it is illegal to post signs, bills, advertisements, or other notices on City-owned telecommunications equipment, street light poles, traffic signal systems, signal control boxes, and sign poles.
Instructions for repairing and maintaining sidewalks in the City of Portland.
Purchase compost, 3/4" crushed rock and screened dirt at PBOT's Sunderland Yard. Open to the public on weekdays year-round.
The Roadside Vegetation program is responsible for managing vegetation in ditches, storm water facilities, off-street bike paths, pedestrian areas, and rights-of-way.
Thousands of miles of streets in Portland comprise an asset worth nearly $5 billion. We are committed to maintaining city streets that were built to city standards.
Driving, biking and walking + transit directions to PBOT's Maintenance Facilities: Albina, Sunderland Yard and Kerby.
In Portland city limits, contact the Bureau of Transportation for help with street maintenance and traffic safety issues on City-maintained streets.