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David Rudolph, Superintendent
Electrical Bureau | Building Maintenance
- Roy Wolfhope, Traffic Signal Tech
- Paul Bievenour, Electrician
- Rashawn Smallwood, Lineman
- Kendale Harris, Lineman
- Ray Ferguson, Maintenance Worker
- Jeffrey Sunday, Maintenance Carpenter
- Richard Craighead, Painter
- Carol Godfrey, Data Entry Clerk
- Jimmy Snyder, Parking Garage Maintenance
- Lori Luckenbaugh, Custodian
- Kiara Michaels, Custodian
- Rose Knight, Custodian
Electrical Bureau & Building Maintenance InformationCLICK HERE TO REPORT A BROKEN STREET LIGHT
Report a Street Light Problem
It is necessary to properly identify the exact location of the streetlight. The name of the street it is located on and the closest address of a building.
- The most helpful information to also be included is the pole number
- This is a ten-digit number that is located on a yellow metal tag on the pole.
- An example of this number is 22550-28665.
- Every pole should have a pole number. If the number is missing from the pole this should be reported along with the exact location.
Please determine the exact problem with the streetlight.
- The streetlight is out.
- The streetlight goes on and off.
- The streetlight is on during daylight hours.
Click here to enter the City of York Response Center to report your complaint. This unified form allows you to submit any complaint, compliment, or concern to the City of York. Your complaint will be assigned by the Mayor’s Office to the appropriate department and responded to within 36 hours.
The Electrical Bureau will determine the ownership of the light and will either forward the proper information to Met-Ed to correct the problem or will make a repair if it is a city owned light.
The Electrical Bureau will log all reports received with the date, the location of the light, and the problem reported. It generally will take Met-Ed two to three weeks to make a repair.