District 8 Constituent Services
This page contains information about some the things we get the most questions about in District 8. Can't find what you're looking for? Be in touch. We'll be happy to provide you with information or direct you.
If Public Works has missed a pickup (yard waste, garbage, or recycling), you can report that to Metro 311 here. If you don't receive a timely response, please email my office by clicking here. Please include your address and the date of the missed service in your email.
We are so thankful for our Public Works team and the great work they do. The best way to stay up-to-date on schedules, delays, and all things pick-up related is to sign up for the RecycleCoach app. You can learn more about that here.
When will my road get paved?
Streets: Want to know if your road is on the 3-year paving schedule? You can find out at this link. This map, put together by Public Works, has an option to view the 3-year paving plan by fiscal year. Paving decisions are based on an index that takes into account metrics about the quality of the road.
Sidewalks: We have a lot of sidewalks in need of repair. Metro Council allocated a record amount of funding in our last budget to help address the backlog, and Public Works has developed a 3-year sidewalk repair plan that you can view below.
Alleys: Right now, there is no money allocated in the Public Works budget for paving alleys. That is why many of our alleys have fallen into disrepair. But, good news! Public works has developed a three year paving plan for alleys using similar criteria that we use to prioritize road paving. Alleys in the worst condition will be repaired first. You can view the status of your alley on this map (make sure to add the "alley" layer in the menu). You can view the three year alley paving plan document below. I believe it's important we take care of our alley infrastructure, and I will continue to prioritize funding for our alleys.