The Streets and Right of Way Division maintains city streets, sidewalks, traffic signs, and public trees. The division is responsible for maintaining:
- 35 miles of roadway marking
- 40 acres of mowable land
- 65 miles of paved road
- 80 miles of curbing
The Streets and Right of Way Division repairs or replaces sidewalks, curbs, wheelchair ramps, city streets, and parking lots. Sidewalks and curbs are edged on a regular basis on all major streets inside the city.
The division installs street markings such as center lines, stop bars, crosswalks, turning lanes, arrows, and school zone markings. We also install and maintain all uniform traffic control and informational signage.
If you see any form of illegal dumping, please contact the City of New Port Richey Code Enforcement immediately at (727) 841-4550.
Learn more about the division’s tree programs, how to have a Florida friendly landscape lawn, and Yard Debris & Mulch Program.