Street Maintenance Main Page
Street Maintenance crews maintain and improve city streets, roadway shoulders, alleys, sidewalks, street signs, traffic markings, signal control devices, bicycle/pedestrian facitlities, roadside vegetation, and public right-of-way street lighting.
Winter Storm Response

icesnow logo2City crews work hard to keep you safe and on the road during winter storms.  You'll often see crews working around the clock just ahead of and during heavy freeze/snow storms.  Anti-Ice applications are applied to roadways just ahead of the freeze in an effort to keep ice from building up on the pavement.  Roads are then maintained after the snowfall to remove snow, apply sand and close unpassable road sections.  You can follow the Edmonds Public Works Twitter feed for up to date information on road closures and storm response.

PDFSnow Route Map

PDFAnti-Ice Route Map

Snow Removal  Anti Ice Routes
Snow Route Street List Anti Ice Route Street List

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Have an emergency situation to report?

During normal working hours please contact the Public Works Department at 425.771.0235

For AFTER HOURS EMERGENCIES: Call 911 - the operator will dispatch a utility crew member as required.


After Hours Emergencies

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Tree across roadway? Downed power lines? Street flooded?

 

For AFTER HOURS EMERGENCIES: Call 911 - the operator will dispatch a utility crew member as required.


Interesting Facts and Information

  • The City of Edmonds has 287 lane miles
  • Edmonds has 94 miles of sidewalks
  • City staff maintains 4625 traffic control signs
  • Edmonds has 23 signalized intersections
  • The City of Edmonds has over 3000 street lights throughout the city.  The power bill to operate these lights costs over $250,000 per year!






      Street Maintenance & Signs

      Street Sweeping Schedule - The City of Edmonds street sweeping schedule is dictated in large part by the seasons and major weather events.  City efforts are focused on streets that have curbs, gutters, and storm systems.  The purpose for sweeping streets is to capture debris and contaminants before they enter the stormwater system.  The city's stormwater system drains to creeks, Lake Ballinger, and to the Puget Sound.  The City incorporates two styles of sweepers into these operations - a mechanical sweeper and a regenerative air sweeper.  The re-gen sweeper is designed to pick up the fine particulates that are created by vehicle traffic.  These particulates are a big part of the pollution and water quality issues facing the Puget Sound today.  Our efforts are to support and comply with the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) and in doing so promote clean, clear water for the environment and the future.
       
      Report a Street Light Out -  Street light outages should be reported to the Snohomish County PUD. For more information CLICK HERE.
       
      Report a Traffic Control Issue - Signal Outage, Street Sign Down, School Zone Lights Out, etc. - Email Street Division  check this link again
       
       
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      Have an emergency situation to report?

       

      During normal working hours please contact the Public Works Department at 425.771.0235

      For AFTER HOURS EMERGENCIES: Call 911 - the operator will dispatch a utility crew member as required.


       


       

      REPORT A SPILL and Illicit Discharges

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      Do you see signs of a pollutant spill in or near a storm drain or water body?



      During normal working hours please contact the Public Works Department at 425.771.0235

      For AFTER HOURS EMERGENCIES: Call 911 - the operator will dispatch a utility crew member as required.

      Illicit Discharges - Illicit discharges are regulated by Edmonds City Code section 7.200.  Pollutants may include, but are not limited to: paints, varnishes, and solvents; oil and other automotive fluids; pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers, hazardous substances and wastes; sewage, fecal coliform and pathogens; dissolved and particulate metals; animal wastes; wastes and residues that result from constructing a building or structure; noxious or offensive matter; and non-hazardous substances or materials that may cause or contribute to pollution.

      Notification of Spills - The person or company responsible for the premises or operation in which a known or suspected release of materials has occurred shall take all necessary steps to ensure the discovery, containment, and cleanup of such release. 



      Contact Information

      Street & Storm
      Utility Maintenance
      Tod Moles
      7110 - 210th St SW, Edmonds
      425.771.0235
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      Long Range Planning,
      Transportation Programs &
      Concerns
      Bertrand Hauss, P.E.
      121 - 5th Ave N, Edmonds
      425.771.0220
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