Street Maintenance

50 Natoma Street, Folsom, CA 95630
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.


Main Contacts
Josh Johnsrud Streets Operations Supervisor 916-461-6723
Ryan Chance Pavement Management Program 916-461-6713


Street Maintenance

The Streets Maintenance Division provides maintenance services to the City’s roadways, sidewalks, alleys and storm drain systems. In addition, the Streets Division is responsible for roadside weed abatement, street sweeping and many other various services to the City of Folsom residents. 

Pavement Management

The Public Works Department maintains a Pavement Management Plan (PMP) that is updated every 5 years. As part of the 5-year update, all streets throughout the City are visually inspected by trained staff to determine existing pavement conditions. Each roadway is assigned a Pavement Condition Index (PCI) between 0-100, with 100 being the best condition. The most recent citywide pavement condition inspection was performed in 2020. City engineers and the Streets Maintenance Division utilize this document to determine pavement rehabilitation projects each year. The City utilizes many various types of pavement rehabilitation including slurry seals, chips seals, asphalt overlays and cold-in-place recycling projects.

The current Pavement Management Program Update Report – August 2020 is available for download or online viewing. 

The previous Pavement Management Program Update Report – February 2015 is available for download or online viewing.

Street Sweeping Program

The Public Works Department sweeps about 420 curb miles of city streets. The Streets Maintenance Division aims to provide street sweeping to all Arterials, Collectors and Residential roadways on a Quarterly basis, at a minimum. Any special requests for street sweeping of spills or excessive debris can be made by contacting the Streets Maintenance Division at 916-461-6722.

Storm Drain Cleaning Program

The City of Folsom operates and maintains an extensive storm drainage system, including 190 miles of pipe, 23 miles of natural drainage channels/creeks, 30 flood control and/or water quality detention basins and over 200 outfalls to creeks/rivers. The storm drain system is operated and maintained by the Public Works Streets Division. The storm drains are inspected and cleaned between May and October of each year.