Traffic Maintenance

The Traffic Maintenance section safeguards the community by repairing and maintaining all traffic-related assets. 
Installing Sign

The Traffic section Responds to Calls for:

  • Streetlight Malfunctions (burnt out bulbs, day-burning lamps, etc.) 
  • Downed Streetlight Poles 
  • Stolen Copper Wire
  • Downed, Damaged, or Missing Traffic/Street Signs
  • Faded Street Markings 

Other Traffic section Duties:

    Graffiti Removal

    The Maintenance Division has a special graffiti truck that is sent out with a Maintenance Worker, using $40,000 of Measure B funds, four days a week to respond to vandalism on city buildings, electrical boxes, fences, public sidewalks, and other city-maintained assets.

    For graffiti or tagging on private property, the Maintenance Division works closely with Code Enforcement to help affected residents get the blemish removed. More information about that can be found on the Code Enforcement page.

    Helping to Remove Graffiti from Vallejo

    Volunteers Assist in Removing Graffiti from Richardson Park, 2013 The Maintenance Division works with local citizen groups to provide graffiti-removal equipment and approved locations where volunteers can help remove tagging. Please email us or call (707) 648-5235 for more information.

    LED Streetlight Project

    In 2014 the Traffic Maintenance section converted approximately 8,000 HPS (High-Pressure Sodium) streetlights to LED (Light Emitting Diode) streetlights. This long-term investment will decrease the cost of maintenance and electricity. The City of Vallejo received a PG&E rebate for the conversion of HPS streetlights to LED.

    Learn more about the Streetlight Conversion project here.

    Report a Non-Emergency Maintenance Issue

    Use the form below, visit, or download the Smartphone App.