Street Maintenance

Street Maintenance

Paving, Pothole Repair: (510) 577-3440
Street Sweeping & Graffiti Removal: (510) 577-3448
Street Signs, Street Lights & Traffic Signals: (510) 577-3451
Street Tree Maintenance: (510) 577-3448
After Hours Message Line: (510) 577-3400
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Hours: Monday - Friday, 7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

The Street Division is responsible for the maintenance and repair of City streets and parking lots. Crews conduct roadway paving and repair, pothole repair, graffiti abatement, street sweeping, street light and traffic signal repair, street sign repair and replacement, pavement markings and a host of other activities to keep the City streets clean and functioning.


Street Maintenance Issues

Contact the Street Division to report the following:

  • Potholes, street asphalt, guardrails, or reflective markers on City-maintained streets that need repair (excludes streets maintained by Caltrans: East 14th Street, Davis Street, and Doolittle, north of Davis Street);
  • Street traffic signs that need repair or replacement;
  • Street lights and traffic signals that need maintenance;
  • Pavement markings that need maintenance (i.e. STOP or YIELD legends, double yellow center line, bike lanes, etc.);
  • Tree planting and trimming;
  • Parking meters that are broken or knocked down;
  • Storm grates that are broken, loose or missing;
  • Streets that are flooded due to storms;
  • Storm water inlets or drainage ditches that are filled with debris;
  • Streets that need cleaning because of a spill; and
  • Graffiti found on public property or in areas visible from the public right-of-way.


Sidewalk Repair Program

As a property owner, within San Leandro, you are responsible for maintaining the curbs, gutters and sidewalks that border your property in good condition. If your sidewalk is in need of repair, you may do the work yourself, hire a licensed contractor, or for a fee, have the City's contractor replace the failed sections.

For more information about City sidewalk repair standards or obtaining an encroachment permit, see the City's Sidewalk Repair Program brochure or call (510) 577-3305.

To report a hazardous location or to have a City inspector provide a cost estimate on necessary repairs, call (510) 577-3428 or logon to My SL.