Mission Statement: Lancaster Department of Transportation
To maintain the City's roadway network to provide safe and efficient travel for our citizens.
For a comprehensive map of the Streets that have received 3 Mil Levy Funds between 2014 to 2022 - Click Here
Below are links to maps and PDF lists showing the streets/alleys that received surface treatments by year:
Click HERE for a list of the 2023 Street Improvement Program streets. Strawser Construction was awarded the 2023 SIP contract to complete the Primary and Alternate streets listed with a winning bid of $ 1,667,416.65.
When a non-functioning streetlight is discovered, you can report it directly to American Electric Power (AEP), South Central Power Company (SCP) or the City of Lancaster. Since there are 3 different entities who maintain the city's street lighting services, you will need to determine which one to contact.
The City of Lancaster maintains the decorative poles that are located in the downtown area.
These can be reported directly to the Lancaster Department of Transportation by calling 740-687-6668 or submitting a Street Light Outage form. When contacting us, please include all of the requested information.
AEP maintain street lights that are located throughout the rest of the city similar to the one pictured below. There are 2 ways to determine if the street light is maintained by AEP:
- If it is near your house and your electric service provider is AEP, then most likely the street light is maintained by AEP also.
- Each pole should have a pole tag similar to the ones shown.
SCP maintain the street lights that are located throughout the rest of the city. There are 2 ways to determine if the street light is maintained by South Central Power:
- If it is near your house and your electric service provider is SCP, then most likely the street light is maintained by SCP also.
- Each pole should have a pole tag similar to the one shown.
Please include all requested information, if available, when reporting a problem.