Street maintenance, drainage, and storm water management are handled by the Public Works Department.
Public Works is responsible for:
- Maintaining the City’s bridges, streets and alleys, drainage ditches and storm sewer inlets
- Maintaining street and traffic signage, and street striping in the rights-of-way
- Tree trimming on public rights-of-way
Streets/Drainage regularly inspects streets, alleys, and drainage ditches for required maintenance and schedules repairs as weather permits.
Report a problem area via the Citizens Relations Department.
Anything that enters a storm sewer system is discharged untreated into the bodies of water we use for swimming, fishing, and providing drinking water. Polluted runoff is the nation’s greatest threat to clean water.
Street sweeping is intended to prolong the life of the City’s street and drainage infrastructure by removing dirt, sand, and other contaminants from the roadway, and by extension, the City’s storm drainage system.
Browse documents regarding the Traffic Calming Program.
Find information for annual tree trimming in Rosenberg.
View mowing maps.