The City of Huntsville has over 2,300 miles of paved roadway within its boundaries, and it’s working on getting them repaired.
You can find out where and when roadwork is happening by clicking here for Huntsville’s Roadwork Update page. This page also has status updates on works-in-progress, like Cecil Ashburn Drive, Zierdt Road, and Martin Road.
Wondering how they decide which roads go first? According to the city’s website, there is a scale that determines which streets need attention the most. The rating scale is from 0 to 60, with 0 representing the best conditions and 60 comprising the worst. The road’s condition, along with data on the volume of traffic, is factored into a combined score that determines the priority for resurfacing the street.
A list generates from that scale. Click here to see what streets are scheduled for resurfacing.
Potholes are another thing that no one likes to drive on. If you see (or feel) one, you can report it using Huntsville Connect. You can also use Huntsville Connect to report unsafe sidewalks, flooded drains, or other city maintenance issues.