It is clear that Curitiba has a number of issues to solve regarding streets conservation, safety, and citizens’ well-being, however, the current situation of the city’s sidewalks has been calling attention for its worrying conditions. Although it might be true that there are other priorities, which is the main argument of those who claim that it is not a “real problem” (Commonsense, 2016), it is also true that broken sidewalks may be problematic for many citizens. For example, according to data published by the Institute for a Long Life (ILL), the number of old people living in Curitiba is significant, and many of them have limited physical conditions (Sensus, 2015), which already makes locomotion difficult. Although this may not make sense for some, broken sidewalks create one more obstacle for these people, as well as for those with disabilities, which is also a significant part of Curitiba’s population, in comparison with other capitals (Roberts, 2014). Furthermore, the city is globally known for its beauty (Garden, 2012) and the current shameful situation of its sidewalks is likely to be harmful to Curitiba’s fame. Among others, one of the consequences of this inadequate conservation of pathways in the city could be the increasing number of medical assistance required due to falls, especially in bad weather conditions, when the visibility of broken parts of sidewalks is reduced. Therefore, the fixing of these structures should also be considered one of the city’s priorities, which may have influence on citizens’ well-being as well as on the international fame of Curitiba.