The De Soto Street Department is responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of the City’s 112 lane miles of streets.
|Pothole repairs||Street paving|
|Crack sealing||Street Striping|
|Mowing||Snow & ice removal|
|Crosswalks||Traffic signs & signal|
|Stormwater collection system (drain openings, residential driveway culverts, & road ditches)||Tree trimming & removal (on City right of ways)|
2020 Street Projects
|84th Street - West of Shawnee||Stormwater Pipe Repairs||Contractor||Yes|
|Commerce & Lexington - 91st to 95th||Crack Fill||Contractor||Yes|
|95th Street - Kill Creek to Corliss (part 1)||Full-depth repair of base failures (deep soft spots), as needed||Contractor||Yes|
|Lexington/83rd - Peoria to Valley Spring||Overlay||Contractor||Yes|
|85th Terrace - Cedar Creek to city limits (part 1)||Full-depth repair of base failures (deep soft spots), as needed||Street Department||Yes|
|95th Street & 85th Ter|
|Granite Chip Seal||Contractor||Yes|
|Overhill Circle/ 89th St||Overlay||Street Department||Yes|
|91st Street (Cul-de-sac)||Overlay||Street Department||Yes|
|Post Oak Drive||Overlay||Contractor||Yes|
During snowfall events, City Crews focus first on main traffic corridors and then clear snow from local access streets. Certain routes in the City have been marked as emergency snow routes. You are asked to avoid parking on these routes during snowfall events.
Unfortunately, it is not possible to avoid plowing windrows (rows of snow) across the ends of driveways. We know that’s frustrating, but we hope you understand.