Department of Public Works

Pedestrian Planning

Pedestrian safety is our top priority. 

Thanks to the support of voters, we have undertaken more pedestrian capital improvements than in recent memory. We currently maintain or employ:

130 miles of sidewalk  1,014 crosswalks, stop bars and turn arrows  ​​​​​​33 crossing guards 

Sidewalks and crosswalks represent some of our most visible infrastructure and the best ways to get pedestrians around the city safely. Below you can find resources to learn more about these programs, how to request capital improvements or maintenance requests and how our work gets prioritized. 

Sidewalks

Read more about our 2020 sidewalk work plan and what's next for assessing the overall condition of our network.

Crosswalks

Read up on our approach to crosswalk planning and how to ask for an evaluation of potential crosswalk locations

Construction

Learn about our 2020 construction plans & the progress that's been made since 2016 to invest in neighorhood infrastructure.

See Click Fix

Report sidewalk hazards and make crosswalk requests. You can also make your requests or reports by calling us at 802-863-9094

KEY PLANNING DOCUMENTS


 

PROJECTS & PLANS