Report a variety of issues with City streets and sidewalks including City trees, illegal posting, blocked streets, color curb zones, news racks, etc.
Report any street and sidewalk defects. The City's Public Works Dept investigates obstructions and repairing defects on most of the city's streets and sidewalks.
Report sidewalk debris online or via phone. About 90 percent of all City streets are swept mechanically. The City's Public Works Dept sweeps more than 150,000 curb miles and removes 24,000 tons of litter and debris from City streets annually.
Find information on how you can recycle or compost almost everything. You can also reuse and recycle debris materials from construction and demolition projects.
Recycle Where aims to reduce waste by providing accurate information about recycling, reuse, and proper disposal options for residents and businesses without regard to traditional municipal boundaries.
Complaints about unreasonable noise problems are handled by different agencies dependent on the location of the noise problem. Disputes about noise that do not violate the Police Noise Ordinance, can be referred to Community Boards, an independent neighborhood mediation agency.
The City will paint out graffiti on public property and notify other agencies and private property owners of the presence of graffiti, so they can remove it as required by the City's Graffiti Ordinance.
The City's offers a variety of Environment-related programs and services such as green building and green business programs, education, toxic reduction and zero waste programs, etc.
Report damaged city property so that the proper city agency can complete an inspection and any necessary repairs.
The City coordinates the management of City Maintained Trees and landscaped medians Property owners are responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of their trees unless they are classified as City Maintained Trees.