Maintenance Supervisor: Pete Garcia: (928) 203-5063
Inspections: Sal Valenzuela: (928) 203-5030
Maintenance Services responsibilities
- Drainage ways and drainage within city rights-of-way. Drainage ways are inspected on a regular schedule and cleaned when necessary.
- Emergency planning and coordination for flooding, snow removal, accident clean-up and sand-bagging operations.
- Right-of-way maintenance such as trimming brush and trees that grow within the public rights-of-way adjacent to the roadways. If you see an area where the brush or trees block your ability to see the roadway and on-coming traffic please report it. Brush and trees growing along the rights-of-way that obstruct the view of a private driveway are the responsibility of the property owner or the owner of the driveway.
- Road inspection. We inspect the roads on a weekly basis. Most work orders take 2-3 weeks to complete. If you see a pothole, damaged sidewalk, or any problem that you may think needs attention please use our online Report It system.
- Roadway maintenance. Paving, also known as resurfacing of asphalt roadways, is conducted in spring and summer. Projects are planned several months in advance. The factors used to determine whether a road gets resurfaced include potholes, cracks, rideability and date last surfaced. Contact Victor Estrada at email@example.com or (928) 204-7800 for more information.
- Street signage including regulatory, warning and street signs within the rights-of-way. If you see a traffic sign that is down or damaged, report it as soon as possible.
- Facilities including Posse Ground Park and Sunset Park buildings, Sedona Historical Building and parking lots including the Uptown municipal parking lot.
- Wastewater permits. Public Works Inspection staff members oversee the issuance of permits for connection to the wastewater system and for abandonment of private sewer systems.