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Some divisions at this facility work on a different schedule, and oftentimes Staff is working out in the community. Visit our City Facilities page for details on City building address, maps & directions, phone numbers and hours of operation.

Categories: City, Engineering, Public Works

An downloadable street map is available here on the UA website (see the link below). Printed copies are also available at the Municipal Services Center (3600 Tremont Road).

Categories: City, Engineering

Engineering (7)

All work is weather dependent, therefore, the schedule is based on our best estimate at that time. For current projects, residents can reference the lates post “Focus On” for updates.

Category: Engineering

Some divisions at this facility work on a different schedule, and oftentimes Staff is working out in the community. Visit our City Facilities page for details on City building address, maps & directions, phone numbers and hours of operation.

Categories: City, Engineering, Public Works

Engineering will perform an inspection to determine the issue(s) and help determine a plan of action.

Category: Engineering

The resident may begin a petition process with the Engineering Department by calling 614-583-5360.

Category: Engineering

You may look at our GIS mapping layer for streets and curb maintenance details.

Category: Engineering

An downloadable street map is available here on the UA website (see the link below). Printed copies are also available at the Municipal Services Center (3600 Tremont Road).

Categories: City, Engineering

Consistent with most communities, the maintenance and repair for sidewalks is the responsibility of the adjacent property owner, per City Ordinance 901.03. The City is responsible for repairs when damage has been caused by the roots of City-owned trees in the public right of way, defects caused by utility manholes or valves, as well as any curb ramps. If you believe a trip hazard is being caused by a tree root, please contact our Parks & Forestry Division for evaluation at 614-583-5340.

Parks & Forestry (1)

Consistent with most communities, the maintenance and repair for sidewalks is the responsibility of the adjacent property owner, per City Ordinance 901.03. The City is responsible for repairs when damage has been caused by the roots of City-owned trees in the public right of way, defects caused by utility manholes or valves, as well as any curb ramps. If you believe a trip hazard is being caused by a tree root, please contact our Parks & Forestry Division for evaluation at 614-583-5340.

Public Works (1)

Some divisions at this facility work on a different schedule, and oftentimes Staff is working out in the community. Visit our City Facilities page for details on City building address, maps & directions, phone numbers and hours of operation.

Categories: City, Engineering, Public Works
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