The De Soto Street Department is responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of the City's 112 lane miles of streets. This includes:
- Pothole repairs
- Street paving
- Crack sealing
- Snow and ice removal
- Street striping
The department also maintains the City’s crosswalks and stormwater collection system, which includes regular inspections of drain openings, residential driveway culverts, and road ditches.
2020 Street Projects
|84th Street||Stormwater Pipe Repairs|
|85th Terrace (Hill Only)||Repair Soft Spots|
|91st Street ||Overlay||Street Department|
|95th Street||Repair Soft Spots|
|95th Street and 85th Terrace||Granite Chip Seal|
|Commerce and Lexington ||Crack Fill|
|Lexington from Peoria to Valley Spring ||Overlay|
|N. Corliss ||Overlay||Street Department|
|Overhill Circle ||Overlay||Street Department|
|Post Oak Drive ||Overlay||To Be Bid|
Certain routes in the City have been marked as emergency snow routes. You are asked to avoid parking on these routes during snowfall events.
During snowfall events, City Crews focus first on main traffic corridors, then clear snow from local access streets. Unfortunately, it is not possible to avoid plowing windrows of snow across the ends of driveways. We know that’s frustrating, but we hope you understand.
Notice a Problem?
Have you noticed a street light outage, pothole, downed street sign, or other street-related concern? Fill out our Citizen Request Form or Contact City Hall at 913-583-1182, or Ron Creason at 913-238-0437. We will respond promptly to your request.