The Street Maintenance Section provides equipment and staffing for year-round preservation and maintenance of Municipal streets. Operations include pavement surface maintenance, pedestrian facility maintenance, street sweeping, maintenance of storm drain facilities and snow plowing and removal during the winter months. The Street Maintenance Section maintains 1,281 lane miles of Municipal roads and approximately 200 miles of sidewalks and trails. A staff of over 100 full time and seasonal employees provide continual service to keep the streets, sidewalks and trails in the Anchorage Bowl Area maintained. To view a map of the Anchorage Bowl (Anchorage Roads and Drainage Service Area (ARDSA),
The Street Maintenance Section is dedicated to preserving the community’s investment in Municipal roadways and providing its citizens with safe, clean streets.
Please click on the following link for updated snow plowing map, as well as information on snow hauling, sidewalk and trail clearing, and streets widening efforts.
If you have questions or need further assistance, please contact the Street Maintenance Dispatch Center at 343-8277.
Please note the Following Important Information:
- Please limit on-street parking in all areas during snow plowing and removal operations.
- Snow removal from driveways is the responsibility of the property owner.
- Snow from driveways cannot be shoveled or plowed into the street right-of-way or onto sidewalks. This is a violation of Municipal Code Title 24.80.090 and could result in a citation.
- It is illegal to park vehicles in the middle of a cul-de-sac per Municipal Code Title 9.30.030, A13. Vehicles parked in a cul-de-sac during snow plowing or removal operations may result in a citation and/or towing.
- There may be some deviation in the plowing patterns on trash days.
Maps & Resources:
The main arterial and collector roads noted below are maintained by the State of Alaska. Please contact them at 338-1466 for maintenance concerns on these roads, including sweeping, potholes, sidewalks and snow/ice removal.
Glenn Highway, Debarr, Boniface, Airport Heights, Muldoon, Tudor, International, Minnesota, New Seward Highway, Old Seward Highway (Dowling to Rabbit Creek), Dowling, Sand Lake, Jewel Lake, Raspberry, Potter, Dimond Blvd., O'Malley, Huffman, DeArmoun, Rabbit Creek, Hillside and Birch.
State of Alaska Web Map - Snow Plowing Priorities
Map of State Maintained Roads - Displays State and Municipal owned and maintained roads.
Plow Plans - Displays plowing plans used during a plow out.
Plow Out Status - Displays MOA now plowing status within the city during a plow out.
Sidewalk & Trail Snow Removal - Displays State and Municipal maintenance responsibilities for sidewalks and trails.
To view our residential street sweeping progress,
CLICK HERE. The APDES (Alaska Pollution Discharge Elimination System) permit requires all Municipal and State owned roads within the Municipality of Anchorage to be swept a total of three times per year. Residential areas are only done on the first and third sweep. The beginning point and direction of street sweeping on residential roads is rotated from year to year. This year, sweeping will begin in the South end of Anchorage moving in a northerly direction. Once residential sweeping begins, you may go on line by
CLICKING HERE to access the street sweeping maps and track the progress of our residential sweeping. This map will NOT show updates until we are working in residential areas.
State Maintained Roads:
Map of MOA/State Maintained Roads
The main arterial and collector roads noted below are maintained by the State of Alaska. Please contact them at 338-1466 for maintenance concerns on these roads, including sweeping, potholes, sidewalks and snow/ice removal. Glenn Highway, Debarr, Boniface, Airport Heights, Muldoon, Tudor, International, Minnesota, New Seward Highway, Old Seward Highway (Dowling to Rabbit Creek), Dowling, Sand Lake, Jewel Lake, Raspberry, Potter, Dimond Blvd., O'Malley, Huffman, DeArmoun, Rabbit Creek, Hillside and Birch.
Pothole Hotline: 343-MEND (6363)