Roads Q&A

We attempt to control ice and snow on city streets with a variety of methods including salt brine and plowing.

While the city will eventually clear all streets, major thoroughfares are the priority.

Residents can help the city remove snow faster by removing cars from the street (especially in cul-de-sacs), staying at least 100 feet behind snow equipment and giving them the right of way.

Contact Hilliard 311 for more information about street removal.

Hilliard schedules street sweeping to maintain roads, improve storm sewer system efficiency and continue our commitment to making Hilliard a beautiful place to live. Call Hilliard 311 at 614-876-7361 ext. 311 for more information about street sweeping.

Street sweepers typically run Monday through Friday 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Call Hilliard 311 for more information at 614-876-7361 ext. 311.

We continually review and evaluate the quality of roadways throughout Hilliard. Every year, the city repaves the streets that are in the greatest need of repair. Call Hilliard 311 for more information or to report road damage at 614-876-7361 ext. 311

In most cases, standing water in the basement is the responsibility of the homeowner. However, if the water is the result of a city-owned water line, it’s the city’s responsibility. Call Hilliard 311 for more information or to report a water situation at 614-876-7361 ext. 311.

The city maintains traffic lights within the Hilliard city limits. Call Hilliard 311 for more information or to report a traffic light problem at 614-876-7361 ext. 311.

The city maintains streetlights within the Hilliard city limits. Call Hilliard 311 for more information or to report a streetlight problem at 614-876-7361 ext. 311.

If there is a dead animal in your yard, you are responsible for removing it. The city is responsible for removing dead animals from the roadways. Call Hilliard 311 to report an animal in the roadway at 614-876-7361 ext. 311.