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City of DeLand
120 S. Florida Avenue
DeLand, FL 32720
Phone: 386-626-7000
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Streets & Storm Water Maintenance Divisions
Public Works
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Demetris Pressley
Public Works Director
Sal LaGreca
Street & Storm Water Superintendent
1102 South Garfield Avenue

DeLand, FL 32724
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Monday - Friday
7:00 AM - 3:30 PM
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The Streets Division is responsible for the maintenance of all streets and sidewalks within the City, to provide safe passage to motorist and pedestrians. This division repairs all asphalt streets, curbing, damaged sidewalks, signs, pavement markings and right-of-ways. This includes the maintenance of 122 miles of paved streets, 128 miles of curbing and 129 miles of sidewalks.

Street, curbing and sidewalk repairs are typically scheduled for repairs on a complaint basis. So if we don't know about it, we can’t fix it. Please report any problem areas you notice by calling the main line for Public Works at (386) 626-7169.

The Storm Water Division is responsible for all aspects of storm water infrastructure maintenance (drainage pipes, retention areas, street sweeping, storm water pump stations, etc...) within the City right-of-way (ROW). Each year this division sweeps approximately 2,700 curb-miles to prevent debris from entering the storm water system, and subsequently, our local waterways. Only streets with curbs and gutters are swept routinely. In addition, this division routinely cleans the storm water system within the City ROW (pipes, inlets, etc…) to prevent back-ups from occurring within the system.

The Storm Water Division will regularly clean and clear the storm drain system by following a bi-yearly cleaning schedule for more than 178 miles of City maintained drainage pipes. Some pipes will be cleaned monthly. Storm drain inlets may not have debris on or around them, but the pipes underground may be clogged, causing a water backup.

The Storm Water Division welcomes calls from the public notifying us of problem storm drains and encourages residents to help by keeping storm drains near their homes and businesses clear of debris. Please report any problems you notice in storm water system to the main line for Public Works at (386) 626-7169.

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