Street maintenance & projectsJeff Beck & Tony Ballard

Proper street maintenance is a top priority for the City of Bartlesville, and efforts are made to continually identify needs and allocate general funds for on-going maintenance projects.

Prioritization of street projects are based on engineering data consisting of but not limited to:

  • Functional use
  • Traffic counts
  • Pavement condition assessment and deterioration models
  • City staff input regarding the likely causes of the pavement distress or deterioration and the recommended repair combined with the anticipated project cost

Street and Traffic Committee

The Street and Traffic Committee was created in 2011 to carry out educational activities in street and traffic matters, recommend the preparation and publication of street reports, receive citizen input, and act as an advisory board on the prioritization of street rehabilitation projects.

The committee also performs other functions related to other street matters, including recommendations of programs to the City Council and the administration and enforcement of traffic regulations.


For questions and concerns about Bartlesville streets, including reports of potential safety hazards, call 918-338-4131.

  • For an interactive map of streets and other features of Bartlesville go to GIS City Maps.