Highway Bureau

About

  • Staff
    • Tom Landis, Highway Superintendent
    • Cassandra Wile, Administrative Assistant
    • John Bean, Operator III

The Highway Bureau provides City and visitors with services, which will maintain safe traffic flow, directional signs/street markings and clean thoroughfares. The Bureau meets the special requirements of highway maintenance. The Highway Bureau is responsible for the maintenance of 89.9 miles of streets, 40 miles of alleys, and 31 miles of storm water lines consisting of 1,735 inlets and 445 manholes; state inspection and maintenance of 221 City vehicles and removal of graffiti from public and private property.

Residential Parking For People With Disabilities & Disabled Veterans

It is very important that this application be filled out completely and legibly. An application that is incomplete, illegible or otherwise not filled out in compliance with the explicit instructions given on the application will be returned to the applicant without action.

All applicants must have their physician certify the nature of the disability. Return the application fee of $50.00 with the completed application. The application fee of $50.00 is non-refundable. Please submit the application fee in the form of check or money order by mail. Walk-in payments may be made in the form of cash, check, money order, and credit card. All checks and money orders should be made out to the City of York, PA.

Please submit your application fee, completed application, and physician’s statement to City of York, (Attention) Residential Parking for People with Disabilities, PO Box 509, York, PA 17405-0509. Additionally, applicants must include a photocopy of the following:

  • Vehicle Registration
  • Applicant’s or Designated Driver’s PA Drivers License
  • Person with Disabilities or Disabled Veterans Identification Card

You will be notified in writing as to whether your application has been approved or denied. Questions related to this application may be directed to 717-849-2301.

Handicap Parking Application

Report a Pot Hole

For any street problems-pot holes, inlets clogged, signs, snow removal or sweeping contact our hotline:

Phone: (717) 849-2228
7:00 a.m. & 3:30 p.m., Monday thru Friday.

Please give exact location (street name, block). This is a 24-hour service that is a recording and is checked daily for messages.

Street Sweeping

City wide street sweeping will resume in the City on March 15th (weather permitting). The first route swept will be posted for the third Wednesday, 12:00 AM to 6:00 AM. Street Sweeping will end on November 15th for all residents who are not on a street designated for year round cleaning. See information below for streets that are designated for year round cleaning.

The fine for no parking is $50.00.

Questions:
Highway Bureau
Phone: (717) 849-2320

Year Round Street Cleaning Locations

Several city streets are swept year round on Friday mornings. However, if the scheduled Friday street sweeping day falls on Christmas Day or New Year’s Day, it will be canceled due to the Holiday.

FIRST Friday Morning – 7:15 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.

  • Princess Street (Belvidere Avenue to Penn Street) South Side
  • Queen Street (King Street to Boundary Avenue) West Side
  • S. Pine Street (King Street to E. Maple Street) West Side
  • Heiges Alley (600, 700 & 800 blocks) both sides
  • Aunt Jo Lane – both sides

SECOND Friday Morning – 7:15 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.

  • Princess Street (Penn Street to Belvidere Avenue) North Side
  • Duke Street (Jackson Street to College Avenue) East Side
  • Queen Street (Boundary Avenue to King Street) East Side
  • S. Pine Street (E. Maple Street to King Street) East Side
  • Heiges Alley (600, 700, 800 blocks) both sides
  • Aunt Jo Lane – both sides

THIRD Friday Morning – 7:15 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.

  • Princess Street (Belvidere Avenue to Penn Street) South Side
  • Queen Street (King Street to Boundary Avenue) West Side
  • S. Pine Street (King Street to E. Maple Street) West Side
  • Heiges Alley (600, 700, 800 blocks) both sides
  • Aunt Jo Lane – both sides

FOURTH Friday Morning – 7:15 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.

  • Princess Street (Penn Street to Belvidere Ave.) North Side
  • Duke Street (Jackson Street to College Avenue) East Side
  • Queen Street (Boundary Avenue to King Street) East Side
  • S. Pine Street (E. Maple Street to King Street) East Side
  • Heiges Alley (600, 700, 800 blocks) both sides

The City’s Ticket and Tow Initiative is an effort to maintain cleaner streets.

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