Buckeye maintains over 1,000 miles of paved roadways, and we’re growing every day. The Streets Division is responsible for repairing any damage to streets, sidewalks, curbs and gutters, drainage basins, road shoulders, traffic signals, signage and streetlights. To get the job done, we’re organized into five branches:
The Rights of Way Branch maintains landscaped areas along streets and sidewalks, keeping them trimmed and clear to ensure the safety and pleasure of the traveling public. Community Homeowner’s Associations maintain landscaped areas along streets and sidewalks in residential areas and some major roadways regularly.
The Signs and Markings Branch fabricates, repairs and replaces necessary signage, following stringent federal regulations for day and night visibility.
The Street Sweeping Branch is in charge of dust mitigation, sweeping city-owned streets at least once a month following federal, state and county requirements. It’s also responsible for emergency cleanups.
The Traffic Signals and Street Light Branch installs, maintains and repairs the city’s traffic signals and all city-owned streetlights. Lights in HOA community parks and greenbelts are the responsibility of the HOA.
The Streets Maintenance Branch repairs all street damage such as potholes and other hazards, maintaining roadways to ensure the safety of the traveling public.
Common Street or Traffic Control Questions
Follow these links for more useful information:
- About Cross Walks
- About School Zones
- About Stop Signs
- About Traffic Signals
- About Warning Signs
- Street Sweeping Schedule
The city of Buckeye takes pride in its vast network of streets. The city Council has seen to it that every fiscal year money is set aside to properly maintain our streets to the highest of standards. The inconvenience to our residents for short roadway closures is a small price to pay to ensure that our roads are in the best shape possible. The link below gives the current plan for this year’s pavement preservation program and the anticipated schedule for work. Just prior to the actual work, door hangers and notices will go out to each resident that is affected by the roadwork will be informed and can then plan accordingly.