The primary mission of the Reynoldsburg Street Department is to provide a safe and maintained road network. We strive to give the citizens of Reynoldsburg the most cost-effective and competent service, while doing our utmost to be responsive to the citizen's concerns and requests in a timely manner.
Located at 7806 East Main Street, the department consists of 14 full-time employees; administrative assistant and superintendent, Storm Water Utility (three), and Mechanic Division (two).
The Street Department has a diversity of responsibilities. These include repair and maintenance of 112 miles of streets; fabricate and install street name signs, regulatory and warnings signs and various informational signs; debris removal and grass cutting on all rights-of-way and three cemeteries; snow removal; repairing street lights and traffic lights and street cleaning.
The department maintains over 3,312 traffic control signs, 1,463 street name signs, monitors and repairs 30 traffic light intersections, and school flashing lights at eight locations. The department maintains 2,156 street lights.
Reynoldsburg Map with Street Names
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The City of Reynoldsburg Street Department would like to remind residents that it is unlawful to dispose of any matter such as leaves or grass clippings on any public property, which includes City streets.
Private and/or commercial signs cannot be placed in the City right-of-way. Generally speaking, the right-of-way is the area of land between the road edge and the sidewalk. For areas that have no sidewalk, it is recommended that you call the Street Department at 614-322-5800 to determine the right-of-way width.
Keith KundtzStreet Superintendent
Michelle RiosAdministrative Assistant
Street DepartmentPhysical Address
7806 E Main Street
Reynoldsburg, OH 43068
7806 E Main Street Reynoldsburg OH 43068
Monday through Friday
7:00 am to 3:30 pm
- What if I see there is a streetlight, traffic light, or school light out?
Please call us at 614-322-5800 and let us know the location, direction, and/or traffic head that is out.
- I saw someone putting leaves, grass clippings, or other foreign materials down a storm drain or into a street. What do I do?
Please call the Street/Storm Water Department at 614-322-5800. There is a city ordinance against this action. This material goes down the storm inlet and goes straight into the streams which will kill the wild life.
- What is the City of Reynoldsburg's snow plan?
We are constantly trying new techniques and procedures in our battle with inclement weather. When snow accumulates enough to plow (4 inches or more) four trucks will "gang plow" Main Street, Brice Road, Livingston Avenue, and State Route 256 before proceeding to remainder of the arterial streets. We will be salting all major and minor arterials as well as all collector streets, steep grade areas and dangerous curves. We are not going to salt residential streets. These calculated decisions have been made with safety of the citizens, Police, Fire, Emergency Medical Services (EMS), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) guidelines, Ohio Revised Code, budgetary restraints, and efficiency of our staff. Every snow storm is different, please be patience.
- Who is responsible for trees in between the street and sidewalk?
The trees are the responsibly of the homeowners. They must be cut 14 feet above the roadway and 10 feet above the sidewalk.
- Who do I call if I see a pothole?
Please call the Street Department at 614-322-5800. Let us know the location and direction of the pothole.