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SDOT Wants to Hear From You!

General Inquiry
Use this service request type to make general inquiries to the Seattle Department of Transportation.

ADA Request
Use this service request type to request curb ramps, Accessible Pedestrian Signals, or that SDOT test new, alternative technologies to improve accessibility of pedestrian facilities for people with disabilities.

Damaged Sidewalk
Use this service request type to report sidewalk safety concerns.

Overgrown Vegetation
Use this service request type to report overgrown vegetation in public right-of-way areas maintained by the Seattle Department of Transportation.

Pothole Report
Use this service request type to report potholes or other minor street repair needs.

Safe Routes to School
Use this service request type to request the School Traffic Safety Committee examine your school site and recommend improvements.

Street Sign and Traffic Signal Maintenance
Use this service request type to report damaged street signs and malfunctioning traffic signals.

Traffic Calming
Use this service request type to request evaluation for potential traffic calming measures.

You can also call SDOT at (206) 684-ROAD (7623) or send an email to 684-Road@seattle.gov

For other City services or departments, please visit the Customer Service Bureau.

 

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