During this time of season, before the rain falls, we would appreciate your help to sweep the curb and gutters and dispose of any leaves, dirt, and debris into your garbage can. Keeping storm drain grates clear will improve the flow and quality of water going to the Great Salt Lake. This will help beautify the city, create great curb appeal, and will allow "rain down the drain." When fertilizing the lawn, please apply chemicals sparingly and follow directions accordingly. Don’t allow fertilizer to get onto the street or into the curb and gutter. If this happens, please sweep up excess and dispose of properly. Thank you so much for making Syracuse City look appealing.
Secondary water pipes and reservoirs will begin filling mid-April. Please remember to close your valves to prevent flooding situations. This month is a good time to prepare your sprinkler system and make repairs. It is recommended that you install your own shutoff valve and filter, if you don’t already have one.
Road construction season is beginning. There are two city projects happening this year. There will be a roundabout at Bluff and Gentile and a road improvement project which includes portions of 2000 West, 1000 West, and Banbury Drive. Watch for more information as it becomes available on the city website. If you would like current updates on the status of road construction and any road closures, you may sign up with "Notify Me" on the city website. Be sure to select Public Works Construction Updates. You may choose to be notified by email, text, or both.