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Streets

The Highway Division designs, installs and maintains Manchester's public streets, as well as the traffic signals, signs, street lights and storm drainage required to ensure safe travel.


image of orange "road work ahead" signRoad Closures
Check for announcements about current and upcoming road closures due to events, street repairs, snow removal, utility maintenance, or other reasons.


image of street being pavedStreet Repairs and Improvements
Review our street condition map, learn about the different types of road repairs, and view long-term paving plans.


image of a new curb and sidewalkSidewalks
Learn how we are improving sidewalk accessibility, and how the City's 50/50 program can defray half the cost of residential sidewalk and curb installations. 


image of a street sweeper brushStreet Sweeping
Highway Division crews sweep City streets and public school parking lots from early spring through late fall.  Learn about schedules and priorities.


image of graffiti on a wallGraffiti Removal
Has your property or street been defaced by graffiti?  Learn about our free graffiti removal program.  Some limitations apply.


image of large sewer/storm water pipesSewer and Storm Water Improvements
The Highway Division works collaboratively with the Environmental Protection Division to maintain and improve sewers and storm drains.


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Manchester has over 400 miles of public streets, 250 miles of sidewalks, 9,000 street lights, 150 traffic signals, 10,000 catch basins, and 200 miles of drainage pipe.


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Report a Problem
Report a pothole, malfunctioning signal, damaged sign, graffiti, or other issue.


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Electronic Alerts
Get notified of road closures, snow emergencies and other news.


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Permits and Records
Consult our maps and plans, and apply for permits to work in the right-of-way.


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Snow
Learn about snow removal, winter parking, tips for residents, and more.


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