The mission of the St. Louis Park Streets & Traffic Division is to provide a transportation system in the city that is safe and functional for both vehicles and pedestrians. Operations consists of an operations manager, two field supervisors and 11 public service workers.
This division is responsible for all maintenance associated with 377 lane miles of streets, 116 miles of sidewalks, 21 miles of alleys and 10 municipal parking lots. Maintenance includes, but is not limited to, snow removal, ice control, pothole repair, patching and street sweeping. The division also maintains other city assets, such as retaining walls, guard rails, city-owned bus shelters, bollards and public art. Any replacement or new construction of city assets is handled by the engineering department.
If you need to report a problem regarding city streets, such as potholes, visit mystlouispark.org.
This division is responsible for all maintenance associated with 1600 street lights, 7576 street signs and 29 traffic signal systems. The division also manages all pavement markings such as crosswalks and striping. Traffic control requests are handled mainly by the engineering department.