The Traffic Signal Crew is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the City’s 54 traffic signals, interconnection wiring, 5 permanent traffic volume counting stations, and 335 historic district street light fixtures throughout Prescott. Maintenance and cleaning of traffic signals are scheduled regularly to help ensure safe and efficient operation.
To report a malfunctioning traffic signal please contact us.
Pavement striping in the City of Prescott is accomplished by contract every year during the spring and summer. Red curb requests and special striping modifications however can be made as needed by contacting us.
The Field Operations personnel are dedicated to managing the city’s extensive network of traffic control and street name signs, amounting to approximately 15,000 signs. Our responsibilities include assembly, installation, repair, and maintenance of these signs, as well as providing support for special events. For signs that are critical to public safety, such as Stop, Yield, Do-Not-Enter, and One-Way signs, we prioritize their replacement within 24 hours in case of any damage or loss, as these are treated as emergencies.
For other types of signs, including those related to parking, speed limits, and various warning signs (such as Deer, Pedestrian, No Outlet), our approach involves a more scheduled maintenance and installation program. We operate on a zone-based system, where these requests are evaluated and addressed in a planned and timely manner, ensuring efficient and organized service throughout different areas of the city.
To report a missing or damaged sign, contact us below.
The city’s street light system is operated and maintained under agreement by Arizona Public Service (APS).
To report an outage or request a street light shield please fill out the form on the APS website linked below.