The mission of the Streets Division is to provide high-quality service to the residents of Little Elm, through repairing and maintaining streets, alleys, sidewalks, and other related infrastructure.
This mission is accomplished by providing the following services:
- Building and repairing sections of sidewalks and curbs
- Erosion control
- Pothole patching
- Sanding icy roads
How do I report a large pothole that has developed in front of my house?
Make an online request for repairs.
A pothole on my concrete street was recently repaired with asphalt. Why wasn't the repair made with concrete?
When the Streets Division receives a pothole request, the maintenance crew chief investigates to determine the nature and extent of the problem. If the problem needs immediate attention or can be improved with the placement of asphalt, the Streets Division will make a temporary asphalt repair. As the division develops its annual infrastructure repair program, those locations where temporary repairs have been made will be evaluated to determine their priority for permanent concrete repairs.
Can the Streets Division do something to eliminate the water that constantly stands in the street in front of my house?
Yes. Standing water is typically caused when the pavement settles and the water can’t drain. Once a request of this type is received, staff will investigate, including collecting elevation data to determine the extent of the problem. Make an online request for repairs.
The sidewalk and curb in front of my house are damaged. Does the Street Division maintain sidewalks and curbs?
Yes. Make an online request for repairs.
Does the Streets Division maintain street lights?
The Town of Little Elm Streets Division maintains only the street lights along Eldorado Parkway. Neighborhood street lights are maintained by CoServ Electric. However, you can report any streetlight outage through out the Little Elm Citizens Request Online.
Eldorado Parkway, 720/Oak Grove Parkway and FM 423 are Texas Department of Transportation managed roads that run through our community. Please be sure to check their website, your local news or call TxDot directly at 1-800-452-9292 for details regarding current conditions or projects.
Curious about a particular construction project? Click on the image to the left or HERE to take a look at the upgraded Project Tracker. Find the road in question, click on the road and a detail description will pop-up on your screen.