The Street and Drainage Division is responsible for maintaining a clean, reliable transportation network that allows for the safe and continuous movement of vehicular and pedestrian traffic at all times. The major function of the Division is the inspection and repair of pavements, sidewalks, curbs, street lights, signage, storm sewer systems, ditches, swales, parkway trees and the 33 acre Hook Lake retention area. The Streets and Drainage Division is also responsible for park maintenance and graffiti removal.
The street network consists of 80 center lane miles of paved streets including 92 cul-de-sacs. The Team manages and maintains 2,300 various types of traffic signage, 500 street lights, and 4,500 storm drainage structures (inlets, catch basins).