If you’re concerned about a specific pesky curb damaging your car in Kansas City or a neighboring city, it’s in your best interest to report it pronto. Here’s a HUGE list of official contacts and websites to submit street repair requests in Blue Springs, Sugar Creek, and everywhere in between.
Blue Springs, MOReports of damaged streets or curbs can be sent to the Blue Springs Streets Division of Public Works at 816-228-0195 or online at www.bluespringsgov.com.
Bonner Springs, KSUse the Bonner Springs Request Tracker to report and track any concerns regarding unsafe street conditions, curbs, or signage.
Gladstone, MOSubmit a report of a busted curb in Gladstone using their Public Works Request Form.
Grandview, MOCall 816-316-4856 to request simple repairs of damaged curbs. If a curb or sidewalk needs to be replaced completely, call the Grandview City Engineer at 816-316-4857 for assistance. For more details, visit www.grandview.org.
Independence, MOYou may anonymously submit a service request to repair or replace broken curbs in Independence at independence.mo.us.
Kansas CityA new inspection and repair process has been put in place for damaged curbs in Kansas City. Missouri and Kansas residents can request repairs officially through 311, the city’s comprehensive resolution service. There are ten ways to report curb and sidewalk damage, including dialing 311, tweeting @KCMO311 on Twitter, using the 311 mobile app (iOS and Android), and submitting an online request through Missouri’s 311 service page or Kansas’s 311 service page.
Lansing, KSComplete the Fix-It-Form to request repairs of damaged curbs and sidewalks in Lansing.
Lawrence, KSTo report a damaged curb or sidewalk in Lawrence, fill out an online form at lawrenceks.org.
Leavenworth, KSReport Leavenworth potholes and curb issues by dialing 913-682-9201 or using their online form at www.lvks.org.
Leawood, KSFill out and submit an Action Center form to report curb or sidewalk damage in Leawood.
Lee’s Summit, MOLS Connect is the official site to report non-emergency issues, including damaged curbs, streets, potholes, and more. You can also use the LS Connect app (iOS and Android).
Lenexa, KSIn 2019, the city of Lenexa invested $5 million into their Pavement Management Program. Put that money to good use and submit a service request for damaged curbs in Lenexa by visiting lenexa.com.
Liberty, MOAll issues concerning street damage in Liberty, MO, including curbs, potholes, sidewalks, and signs, can be submitted at www.libertymissouri.gov.
Mission, KSPotholes and damaged curbs in Mission, Kansas, as well as streetlamp outages and broken street signs, can all be reported at missionks.org or by calling Mission City Hall at 913-676-8350.
Olathe, KSCall 913-971-9511 or use the interactive map at www.olatheks.org to mark curbs in need of repair. You can also include images of the curbs in question when submitting a request.
Overland Park, KSRequest repairs to broken curbs and sidewalks in Overland Park via OPCares.
Raymore, MOAlthough the city of Raymore has a plan to repair all curbs by 2022, you can still report concerns of curb damage at by submitting a form at raymore.com.
Shawnee, KSCitizens of Shawnee can request maintenance, service, and repairs of curbs through SeeClickFix, both online at cityofshawnee.org and through their app (iOS and Android).
Sugar Creek, MOContact the Sugar Creek Public Works Department at 816-252-4413 to report concerns.
If you’ve had a rough bout with a curb that resulted in auto body damage, feel free to contact your nearest McCarthy body shop with 5 locations in the Kansas City area. If tires or misaligned wheels are the problem, any of McCarthy’s local service centers can help as well.