Division of Streets FAQ

What number do I call to get my street plowed and salted?

216.664.2510

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Q1062
When it snows, which streets are plowed first?

Main streets are serviced within 4-8 hours after snowfall has ended. Residential streets are serviced within 24 to 48 hours. If your street has not been serviced after 48 hours, please contact the Snowbird Operation Center at 216.664.2511

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Q1091
How far should I stay away from snowplows?

Keep your vehicle at least 50 feet away from snowplow equipment to reduce the risk of accident.

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Q1092
I believe a stop sign is needed at the corner of my street. Who do I call for that, and who do I call if a street sign is knocked down or damaged?

Call Traffic Engineering at 216.664.3194

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Q1176
Who do I call to get a pothole filled?

The Division of Streets Operations Office at 216.664.2510,24 hours a day.

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Q1177
Does the City assist in driveway repairs?

No, homeowners are responsible for driveway repairs. Building permits are not required, but questions regarding aprons, street openings and curb cuts should be directed to 216.664.2174.

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Q1178
What is the City's parking policy during a snow parking ban?

When there is over 2 inches of snow, the parking ban is automatic on streets that have posted red and white snow ban signs. The City also notifies the media to relate this information to the public via print, radio and television. Some snow information can be found here.

A "General" ban means no parking on main streets. An "All-City" ban means no parking on any city streets. The bans reduce the time it takes to restore normal traffic, as well as the amount of extra shoveling required for residents. Those having questions may call 216.664.2510.

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Q1180
The snowplow has plowed snow into my driveway apron- who do I report this to?

It is the homeowners responsibility to keep their driveway apron clear. Elderly residents may receive assistance from the Department of Aging at 216.664.4694

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Q1181
Does the city pick up leaves?

The Department of Public Works resumed the Leaf Pick-Up Program in designated neighborhoods beginning in 2017. A budget increase allowed for improved park and playground infrastructure maintenance, urban forestry and a stronger focus on illegal dumping reduction and city clean-up.

2017 Leaf Pick-up Program

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