Roads ensures that the roads, curbs, medians, sidewalks, lanes, and fences/walls/etc. adjacent to public property in new subdivisions are constructed to current standards and specifications.
Developers, with the assistance of engineering consultants, build new subdivisions according to established City guidelines and approved drawings. Roads works closely with the development industry, represented by the Urban Development Institute, to make sure new subdivisions are designed and constructed in the most cost-effective manner possible.
If you have a question related to a minor or special project in your subdivision, please submit an online eService request.
eServices - Subdivisions and Minor Projects request
Minor subdivision projects include sidewalk/pathway connections, installation of a new bollard, putting in gravel pathways or placing paving stones on the boulevard.
Current special development projects
Maintenance and Final Acceptance Certificate (FAC)
After the subdivision construction is completed, the developer must maintain the subdivision for another two years. At the end of this maintenance period, The City inspects the subdivision and all defects and damage are noted. When the repairs are completed to the satisfaction of Roads, a Final Acceptance Certificate (FAC) is issued and The City takes over responsibility for the maintenance of the subdivision.