Streets and Curbs
Monday - Friday
7:00 am - 3:30 pm
The Transportation Division is responsible for the repair and maintenance of the City's street and stormwater collection infrastructure. This includes maintaining and repairing:
- Asphalt and concrete
- City-owned signage and traffic signals
- Landscaping and rights of way
- Snow removal and street striping
- Stormwater collection systems
The Transportation Division also participates in special community projects as needed.
The City of Belton currently has:
- 265 lane miles of streets
- 53 miles of storm pipe
- 3,017 storm structures
- 3,135 street signs
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I report a pothole?
Please call the Street Maintenance Division at (816) 331-9455 to report a pothole.
How do I report a streetlight problem?
Streetlight problems can be reported to Kansas City Power and Light (KCP&L) at (816) 513-9595, or online. Please provide your name, address, location of problem light, and pole number. Report an Outage
How do I report a damaged/downed street sign?
To report a damaged / downed street sign, please call the Street Maintenance Division at (816) 331-9455.
What is the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) responsible for?
The Missouri Department of Transportation is responsible for the maintenance of 58 Highway, 71 Highway, and Y-Highway (Cedar) south of 58 Highway. They maintain the roadway, the signs, and the traffic signals along 58 Highway and at 71 Highway & 163rd Street. They are also responsible for mowing along 71 Highway.
How do I report a problem to the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDot)?
To report a problem to MoDot please call customer service at (816) 622-6500 or use the following link to reoprt the problem via the internet. MoDot Repair Request Form
How do I dispose of yard debris?
You can dispose of brush, leaves, and grass clippings at Lawn Corps located at 58 Highway & Prospect. For questions you can call (816) 761-3046.
Are you interested in water quality and protecting the environment? Are you tired of seeing trash lining our streets? Now is the time to start planning a clean-up event!
Click the button below to learn more about out Adopt-a-Street Program.