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The Transportation Division is responsible for the repair and maintenance of the City's street and stormwater collection infrastructure. This includes maintaining and repairing:
The Transportation Division also participates in special community projects as needed.
The City of Belton currently has:
The following policies describe how the Transportation Division handles each work task.
Winter Weather Policy(PDF, 2MB)
Street Sweeping Policy(PDF, 99KB)
Traffic Operations Policy(PDF, 285KB)
Please call the Street Maintenance Division at (816) 331-9455 to report a pothole.
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
To report a damaged / downed street sign, please call the Street Maintenance Division at (816) 331-9455.
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.
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
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.