Public Works Overview
Public Works / Water and Sewer Department provides service to 17,800
residents residing in 7720 dwellings within our community and are
responsible for the delivery of 673 million gallons drinking water annually.
The department operates and maintains more than 73 lane miles of city
owned streets, 8 sanitary sewerage pumping stations, 55 miles of sanitary
sewer mains, 67 miles of potable water mains, 2 potable water pumping
stations, 2-two million gallon potable water reservoirs, 869 fire hydrants,
2010 traffic and regulatory signs, 290 street lights, 8 city parks, various
public buildings, and a fleet of 25 vehicles and construction equipment.
In addition to many other tasks the department is also responsible
for the clearing of snow from city streets, cleaning of storm and sanitary
sewers, maintenance of city parks and various public easements and
maintenance of public buildings.