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Residents can submit requests for construction or filling of sidewalk gaps within their neighborhoods that can be taken forward to the Council for consideration in the priority plan. Neighborhoods can also take advantage of the Neighborhood Sidewalk Matching Funds Program. Neighborhood organizations and HOAs can apply for 50% of the cost of sidewalk design and construction. Neighborhood Sidewalk Matching Funds Program Application. New sidewalk construction may require property owners or HOAs to dedicate pedestrian access easement to allow construction to occur.
If the city owns the sidewalk, a Come Fix This form can be completed with the request to have a sidewalk evaluated for repairs. If the sidewalk is on private property, the homeowner or HOA will be responsible for the repair and maintenance. If a homeowner or HOA is responsible for the repair of a sidewalk, contact Public Works for assistance with the guidelines and inspection process.
Check out our interactive map! You can select different map views to see not only what sidewalks have been completed, but also where future sidewalks are planned.
Check out our interactive map! You can select different map views to see not only where future sidewalks are planned, but also what sidewalks have been completed.
Sidewalks are guided by a master plan that includes recommendations for sidewalk and trail segments across the City. Using the master plan as a guide, sidewalks ultimately get built by one of four ways:
Get more information about how sidewalks are built here.
When some of the older neighborhoods were developed, plans at the time did not include adding sidewalks. However, if the neighborhood would like to add sidewalks there are some options. Take a look at our sidewalk planning page to see how sidewalks are planned and built in the City.
There are several considerations when putting in sidewalks:
It cost’s anywhere from $20-60 per linear square foot to build sidewalks. Get more sidewalk funding information here.
As much as possible, we work to include the cost of new sidewalks into existing projects. This could include adding sidewalks to a new roadway project. On the commercial side, we work with developers to include sidewalks in their developments as well. When those options are not possible we also actively see out federal and state grants to help fund new sidewalks. Click here for more details about our sidewalk funding process.