Is there a Street Light out in your Neighborhood?
The Streets Department maintains all City streets including storm drains, street signs, tree trimming/leaf pick up, snow removal and spring cleanup.
To report problems in the following areas:
- Signs down or missing
- Street light problems
- Road hazards
- Pot holes
- Plugged storm drains
Call (801)451-2624 or complete the form on the left.
Farmington Road Projects
Each year various roads in Farmington are maintained or rebuilt as part of the City’s road maintenance management plan. To fund the road maintenance program the City uses road funds generated from developer maintenance fees, gas taxes, sales tax, and the new transportation fee passed by City Council this past June. City staff inspections and a program called IWorq's is used to track and record the condition of the roads. IWorq’s is designed to keep the City up to date on maintenance and repairs of all roadways in Farmington and tracks which roads need to be maintained based on condition, location, and traffic loads. Each year City staff inspects the 180 lane miles and inputs that information into the IWorq’s program and every five years an IWorq’s inspector performs an inspection on the roads to update the program and verify that the information is correct.
The City plans ahead with its departments and private development to ensure that foreseen water line improvements, developments, and road cuts are done prior to a road being maintained.
General Construction Overlay Starting Sept 10th, 2018:
See link below for roads that will have overlay maintenance. Road work is subject to change if extenuating circumstances arise.
Class A Chip Seal starting Sept 13th, 2018:
See link below for roads that will have chip seal maintenance. Road work is subject to change if extenuating circumstances arise.
90,000 Sq Yds. of Slurry Seal just finished this year. Crack Seal Starting Mid October 2018: 85 Tons. Crack seal throughout the city.
Tree Pruning/Leaf Pick Up Policy
It is the City's policy and intent to provide some maintenance service including pruning of trees and leaf pick up when deemed appropriate and when budgetary considerations permit in parts of the Shade Tree Districts designated on State Street and Main Street. These services are being provided to abutting property owners because the designated Shade Tree Districts provide an accrued aesthetic benefit to the entire City or falls within the historical older part of the City where large street trees have been planted to create a certain ambiance beneficial to the entire neighborhood. In addition, these services are intended to protect public health and safety for use of rights of way and public storm sewer maintenance. The City reserves the right to add to or remove from this list at its sole discretion. When practical, advanced notice of the City's pruning schedule may be given to each household advising the abutting property owners or occupants. Nothing in this policy shall prohibit the City, at its sole discretion from pruning or removing any tree planted in the public right of way.
For more information on tree pruning/leaf pick up download PDF: