Public Service Project Listing (All Projects)
Information about construction projects in the City of Columbus
It is the City of Columbus’ goal to create livable communities that are safe and enjoyable for all citizens, whether you walk, ride, or drive. In order to achieve this goal, a community mobility planning effort has been established to determine possible solutions to achieve a more balanced transportation infrastructure.
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Parking Permit Information
A small number of Columbus neighborhoods require permits for parking. Residential parking permits are issued at the Parking Violations Bureau (PVB).
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How do I report a pothole?
Are sidewalks the responsibility of the City or the property owner?
How can a Columbus resident get a sidewalk where one currently does not exist?
How do I report a broken traffic light or street sign?
How can I get my street resurfaced?
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Pothole Patching Facts
The City of Columbus patches potholes on City of Columbus streets and parts of State routes 315, 33 and 104 that are in the City of Columbus.
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The DPS Resurfacing Program and information about how a street is resurfaced.
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Snow and Ice Plan
Quick Facts About The City of Columbus’ Snow Plan and Related Snow Information
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The Division of Planning and Operations' Street Maintenance Section begins the annual street sweeping program each April. Street cleaning is done on a citywide non-posted basis and also in five Columbus neighborhoods that involves posted parking restrictions.
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Columbus Transportation and Pedestrian Commission
Meeting schedules and agendas
Bicycle Sub-Committee Notes
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