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The Street Department responds to these emergencies based on public safety priority. The main "arterial" streets will be cleared first to allow ambulance, fire and police vehicles to travel throughout Junction City. The main business areas and schools are next. Residential streets are last to be cleaned or treated.
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Please call Veolia Water Public Works 785-238-7142 to report a missing or broken street sign.
Please call Public Works at 785-238-7142 to report a pothole. It will be scheduled for repair as soon as possible. Some potholes will not be repaired immediately if the City will be resurfacing that street in the near future.
Contact the Department of Public Works at 248-624-0141. Public Works will provide temporary mailboxes so that you can still receive mail. Permanent repairs to mailboxes and yards will be completed when weather allows.
By City Ordinance, it is the responsibility of the property owner to remove a fallen tree or tree limb. Public Works will remove tree limbs that fall on the street if it is blocking the roadway.
Please call Veolia Water Public Works 785-238-7142 to report a school zone warning light.
Please call the Junction City Police Department at 785-762-5912 during daytime hours and 911 if at night to report a stoplight not working.
By City Ordinance, the property owner is responsible for the repair or replacement of curbs and sidewalks on your property. The City will only replace curbs or sidewalks when it is part of a large street or improvement project.
Potholes develop because of water getting in between the road surfaces. The effect of freezing and thawing will push up the asphalt surface.