Everything Streets

Public Works handles all issues associated with village streets. If it's not a village street, they know who to contact. Please view the guidelines below on how to report different types of problems.

Traffic & Street Signs

Dangerous and costly.

Please report a missing stop sign immediately by calling Public Works.

To report any other missing street sign either call Public Works or send an email to Wendy Serpan with the following information:

  1. Your name
  2. Your telephone number
  3. The type of sign that is missing
  4. Location of the missing sign (intersection or landmark)
  5. Any comments you wish to share

Report a Pothole

Enjoy the drive.

To report a pothole either call Public Works or send an email at Wendy Serpan with the following information:

  1. Your name
  2. Your telephone number
  3. Your address or location of the pothole
  4. Any comments you wish to share

Street Light Out 

Don't be in the dark.

To report a street light that is out either call Public Works or send an email to Wendy Serpan with the following information:

  1. Your name
  2. Your telephone number
  3. Your address or location of the street light
  4. Any comments you would like to share

Driveway Permit

Needed for new construction or redo.

As a homeowner and/or property owner in Clemmons, you must obtain a Driveway Permit before building a new driveway or redoing your current driveway. It is unlawful to break out any street or curb for the purpose of constructing a driveway entrance or to construct any driveway across the grass or sidewalk, without first obtaining your permit. Permits cost $40 for new driveways and $20 for a redo. 

For your convenience, please complete the Driveway Permit Application (PDF) before visiting Public Works. Applications are also available on site. You may apply for a permit Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Inspections must take place before and after driveway installations or repairs. This process helps to ensure quality work where driveways and roads connect and that proper drainage is prepared for water runoff.

If you have any questions, please call Public Works and ask to speak to the Driveway Inspector.