The De Soto Street Department is responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of the City’s 112 lane miles of streets.
|Pothole repairs||Street paving|
|Crack sealing||Street Striping|
|Mowing||Snow & ice removal|
|Crosswalks||Traffic signs & signal|
|Stormwater collection system (drain openings, residential driveway culverts, & road ditches)||Tree trimming & removal (on City right of ways)|
2022 Street Projects
|North Cedar Creek||Overlay||Street Department||In Progress|
|88th Terrace||Curb Replacement||Contractor||In Progress|
|Valley View||Culvert & Repairs||Contractor||In Progress|
During snowfall events, City crews focus first on main traffic corridors and then local access streets. Certain routes in the City have been marked as emergency snow routes. You are asked to avoid parking on these routes during snowfall events.
Take a look at the schedule and FAQs below to learn how the City manages winter events.
When is it Plowed?
|1||Thoroughfares & Arterial||Continuously during snowfall|
|2||Main-line Residential||Continuously during snowfall|
|3||Local Residential||After Priority 2 is completed and snowfall has ended|
After snowfall has ended and Priority 2 and Priority 3 streets are cleared