Who can do the sidewalk repair work?

The property owner can replace the sidewalk. Property owners that consider completing their own sidewalk should be aware that concrete work is difficult to complete properly and the City holds the property owner's workmanship to the same quality standards to which contractors are held. The property owner can hire a bonded and insured sidewalk contractor. The property owner can have the City do the work. Any individuals paid by the property owner for sidewalk replacement are contractors and therefore must be bonded and insured with the city.

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1. Why was the sidewalk painted with pink paint?
2. What does the paint marking on the sidewalk mean?
3. At a street intersection, if the corner panel or pedestrian ramp are marked, who will pay for that?
4. Can the cost of the sidewalk repair be added to the property taxes?
5. How much will it cost if the city does the work?
6. How does the city cost compare with private contractors?
7. Will the city contractor replace sidewalk that was not marked?
8. Who can do the sidewalk repair work?
9. How do I find a contractor?
10. Who gets the permit?
11. What if a tree root lifted the sidewalk?
12. Is mud-jacking permitted?
13. Is grinding permitted?
14. Can the property owners mix their own concrete?