Welcome to this month's edition of    Street Talk . We hope you find this information useful and that we are keeping you up to date on street projects.

Stay connected and please give us feedback on what information you would like to see featured in upcoming e-newsletters. You can view the planned schedule for street projects at  Street.GarlandTX.gov .

Also check for updates in the    Garland City Press   , NextDoor and other social media outlets.
Last year alone, the City of Garland spent more than $26 million on street improvements and repairs. The Street Department has around 150 specialty vehicles necessary to get these repairs and reconstruction projects done.

To keep everything running smoothly, the Street Department has its own maintenance shop to work on repairs on their highly specialized equipment.

Garland is one of the few cities in North Texas to have this in-house facility, saving resident's taxpayer dollars, all while keeping construction and repairs throughout Garland on track.

More work is on the way! In 2019 the City is spending $27 million on street repair and reconstruction projects -- a $687,900 increase over last year's total Street Department budget.
Current Street Projects:
Alta Oaks Drive
Street Reconstruction

Arapaho Road
Street Rehabilitation 

Bardfield Avenue
Street Rehabilitation

Blossom Road/Sheridan Drive
Alley Reconstruction

Blue Creek Drive
Street Reconstruction

Broadway Boulevard
Street Rehabilitation

Canyon Drive
Street Rehabilitation

Chevy Chase Drive
Alley Reconstruction

Chicosa Trail
Street Reconstruction  

Clear Creek Estates
Street Rehabilitation

To view the full list or any other
street-related information, visit our website here!
Stay Tuned!
What to Expect when the City repairs your alley
Flood-gate safety
Getting to know your Street crews
As a reminder, the quickest way to report a pothole or any other street-related issue is through Garland eAssist, the City of Garland's online service request tool. A mobile app is also available. When you send in a report, take a photo and be as specific as possible.

You can also call the Street Department at
City Website
Street Talk E-Newsletter
Next Door
Facebook or other social media outlets