The Street Division is responsible for the maintenance of approximately 175 miles of street rights-of-way. The division maintains, manages, and oversees:

  • Street surfaces
  • Traffic signs and pavement markings
  • Curbs and gutter
  • Sidewalks
  • Removal of vision hazards
  • Street sweeping

Pavement Management

Pavement management is a prime responsibility. Besides patching and repairing pavement, a computerized pavement management program is used to rate paving conditions and recommend treatments to extend pavement life.

The City has contracted with Transmap Corporation to evaluate and incorporate existing data for pavement inspection and assessment. This will help to classify the roadways for condition, rehabilitation, and recommendations for future repairs or replacements. This firm utilizes 3D technology for pavement collection and will incorporate MicroPAVER, a software program for the City.

Traffic Signs

Installing traffic signs and sign replacement is a year-round function as is the placement of pavement markings such as arrows, crosswalks, and center lines.

Street Sweeping

Street sweeping on a routine schedule improves community appearance and prevents dirt and other debris from polluting creeks, streams, and the Rogue River. If you are interested in knowing when your street will be swept, go to the Street Sweeping Schedule page.


The Street Division checks for safety hazards such as overgrown trees, shrubs, and other plants, as well as broken and lifted sidewalks all of which can cause hazardous situations for pedestrians, bicyclists, and drivers. Use the following guides to prevent these hazards on your property:

The City offers the following programs for property owners who need to fix hazardous sidewalks or tree problems.

Hazardous Sidewalk Repair Program

This program covers up to 50% of the sidewalk repair cost in front of a property. See the Hazardous Sidewalk Repair Program page for more details.

Hazardous Tree Program

The Hazardous Tree Program covers up to 50% of the cost for the removal and replacement of hazardous trees located in the right-of-way.

Adopt-a-Street Program

The Adopt-a-Street program is a great way for you to help keep our communities clean. You can sign up and choose your street to adopt. Once approved a sign acknowledging your community spirit will be placed on your adopted street.

Contact Us

  1. Streets

    Guy Cannova, Superintendent

    650 SE "H" St., Bldg. A
    Grants Pass, OR 97526
    Phone: 541-450-6157

    Email Guy Cannova

Reporting  Problems

  1. Streets & Decorative Streetlights

    Fill out the Public Works Maintenance Form, or call 541-450-6110

    Standard Streetlights

    Fill out Pacific Power's Streetlight Outage Form or call 1-888-221-7070 to report problems with streetlights.

    County Roads

    Go to the Josephine County Public Works website.