Street Light LED Conversion Project - The City and Pacific Power are partnering to convert approximately 1,500 utility pole mounted street lights to energy efficient LED lights. The work will be done by DJ Electric working for Pacific Power. Conversions are anticipated to begin in mid-July and be completed by the end of August. At all times, please be cautious and courteous of workers in the roadway. For more information, please contact the Public Works Operations Manager, Mori Struve at 527.4463.
It is our mission to provide safe passage on streets and rights-of-way. If you would like to report a pothole, please call 509.527.4363 or email email@example.com to schedule a repair. Potholes are normally patched within one to two working days.
The City of Walla Walla street system includes:
- Maintaining 149 miles of streets
- Pothole patching, crack sealing, chip sealing
- Alley maintenance
- Small paving projects
- Utility cut repair
- Snow and ice control
- Leaf collection
- 70 signals and school zone flashers
- More than 6,000 signs throughout the city
- Approximately 2,400 street lights
The streets are classified as major and minor arterials, major collectors, neighborhood collectors, and local residential streets.
The City maintains approximately 25 percent of the street lights in Walla Walla. The remaining 75 percent are maintained by Pacific Power.
City lights have green tags on the poles, like the one below. To report a City street light that is out, please contact our office at 509.527.4363. To make a report after normal business hours, please call the non emergency dispatch number at 509.527.1960.
Pacific Power lights have yellow tags on the poles, like the one below. Pacific Power is responsible for making repairs to these lights. Click here to report a Pacific Power street light that is out.
Request a street light
To request the City install a street light, please use this form.