Street/Sidewalk Maintenance and Reconstruction

My driveway apron and service walk have deteriorated, will the City replace these areas?

The City will replace a driveway apron or service walk if the City damages them during curb or sidewalk replacement. Otherwise, homeowners should repair and/or replace them as needed.

The City is not responsible for repairing residential driveway aprons. If you have any questions, please call (630) 377-4405.

Please specify if you would like information on the overall program or a specific area.

Please create a Support Request and send the date of the incident and specifics about the damage.

Please provide your address or the street in question.
Please provide your preferred contact information.

How do I report or request repair of a pothole?

Please contact the Public Works Office directly at (630) 377-4405 or submit a Customer Service Request online.

Please indicate the street name and general location of where the pothole is located.

This includes the materials, crews, and work being performed.

If you would like to report mud left behind from City or construction vehicles, please contact the Public Works office at (630) 377-4405 during normal business hours, Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

This would include mud deposited from vehicles on a construction site within the City limits.

Please indicate the street and general location of the damaged parkway.

Please call (630)443-3681 in an emergency for immediate Public Works assistance.

If this is a life threatening situation call 911 to dispatch emergency services personnel. Please provide the location of the flooding.

Please indicate the street and general location of the asphalt patch.
Please indicate the street and location of the damaged patch of curb or sidewalk.
Please indicate the general location of the barricades or cones.
Please specify the address or location of the needed restoration work
This is for a non-emergency. In the event of an emergency, please call 911.
Please specify the address or location of the needed restoration work.

To report a streetlight is damaged, a bulb is burned out or flickering or does not cycle properly.

Residents can call the Electric Office at (630) 377-4407 during normal business hours, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday to report inoperable streetlights, or create a Support Request to report the streetlight. Streetlights are normally repaired on Fridays.

Please provide your street name.
Please indicate the street and general location of the concrete patch.
Please provide your address or general location.
Please provide your address, street or general location.
Please include your street name.
Please let us know if you would like general alley replacement information or details on a specific area.