City Hall Access Limited. Community Center Closed. 

City facilities other than City Hall will remain closed to the public. Residents interested in purchasing yard waste bags or tags can click HERE for information on retail establishments where they can be purchased. Contractor grade black trash bags in bulk can be purchased at most home improvement stores.


Amtrak service has not been suspended, however all Amtrak passengers will be required to wear a mask (and provide their own when doing so).


Please call police dispatch at 314-822-5858 for general inquiries or for further assistance.  Other inquiries can be made by emailing

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Street Division

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Contact Us

Street Superintendent, Jeremy Collier

Report a street concern (such as one listed below): 314-984-6948 or use our mobile app KirkwoodKonnect, available free on your mobile device's app store.

  • Potholes
  • Dead animal in the roadway
  • Sidewalk issue or curb issue 


Maintenance and repair of 221 lane miles of street pavement (62 lane miles of concrete streets and 159 lane miles of asphalt streets); approximately 200 miles of concrete and asphalt curbs; seven city bridges; subdivision walkways; drainage culverts under roadways; traffic controls signs and pavement markings; more than 14 acres of public grounds at 56 locations and trees on public grounds and along the public rights-of-way

Street maintenance and repair includes patching of deteriorated asphalt pavement; crack filling of asphalt and concrete streets; sealing of bridge decks; routine cleaning of street pavement; removal of dead animals from City streets; snow/ice removal from street pavement and sidewalks adjacent to public buildings and grounds; and removal of dead trees and hazardous limbs on public rights-of-way. Concrete street replacement and asphaltic overlays are performed through contract.  Please visit the Projects page under Engineering for more information about ongoing street and sidewalk projects.

Order of Plowing

When snow falls, City plowing crews focus first on the main roads, such as Kirkwood Road, Geyer Road, Essex, Woodlawn, Woodbine, Couch, etc. Cleaning these streets first allows emergency vehicles to get through when needed. During this first stage, street crews also work on hills and bridges. Crews do not begin to work on secondary streets until the snow stops.

Secondary streets include Taylor, Fillmore, Dickson, Quan, Rose Hill, Clay, Lindeman, Harrison, Peeke, and Ann. When all those are done, crews move to subdivision streets and clear those. Pre-Treating: When possible, crews pre-treat all City streets when a storm has been predicted. However, in some storms, when the temperatures are very low, pretreating may not work very well.

There are some streets we do not maintain, including all the streets maintained by MoDOT and St. Louis County, such as Manchester, Big Bend, the portions of Kirkwood Road/Lindbergh that are north of Swan and south of Big Bend, a portion of Ballas, and all of Adams.

Roadway Maintenance Responsibility

  • MoDOT Roads: 888-ASK-MoDOT
  • St. Louis County Roads: 314-615-8538