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Street Department

The Street Department’s mission is to provide high quality service to the citizens of Garland by maintaining, repairing and replacing streets, alleys, and other related infrastructure. A safe road system is provided through proper maintenance, rehabilitation, and replacement of deteriorated segments of pavement and other related infrastructure. We uphold the highest regard for customer satisfaction.

Garland residents often ask us about a few key topics. Below are links to some general information you might find helpful:

Why Use Asphalt?  Potholes 101  What is Pavement Condition Index?


The Street Department provides other services, as well, such as alley grading, fallen tree removal, shoulder maintenance, street sweeping, guardrail repair, and severe weather response – snow/ice street sanding and high water barricading.  

To subscribe to Street Talk, a monthly e-newsletter containing street project updates, click here. (See back issues at the bottom of this page.)

For the latest street inspection report, Click Here. To view the map, Click Here.

For the latest alley inspection report, Click Here. To view the map, Click Here.

For the list of current projects, Click Here.

The Street Department may be contacted by calling 972-205-3555 or via email or Garland eAssist. The office is located at 1775 Gasoline Alley. Office hours are 7 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. To report an emergency at any other time, contact the Water Department dispatcher at 972-205-3210.

The Street Department also maintains a Concrete Recycling Center, located at 3637 Castle Drive, where concrete pavement is crushed to make base material for street construction projects. Persons who reside within the City of Garland and contractors performing work for the City of Garland may dump concrete rubble at the concrete recycling center free of charge. If you have any questions concerning the concrete recycling center, call 972-205-3555.

Street Talk Archives

March 2018