DPW Manages City Infrastructure
Water, sewer, streets, parks, and cemeteries are among the DPW's many responsibilities.
The City's 2 water towers and 4 wells are capable of pumping more than 4,000 gallons a minute, and are kept running smoothly by the DPW staff. The DPW is also responsible for sewers and lift stations, streets and snow plowing, park and cemetery maintenance, and the city motor pool, including police vehicle care and maintenance.
Brush Pickup Service
Brush to be picked up must be placed at the curb by 7:00 a.m. on the dates listed below, but no earlier than the 18th of the month. The total amount of brush and limbs per household must not exceed 10 cubic yards per month. This may be waived at the discretion of the Director of Public Works in cases of devastating storms.
To ensure pick-up, please locate brush in a clear area, away from any obstacles and overhead wires.
2020 Brush Pickup Schedule
April 20, May 26, June 22, July 27,
August 24, September 21, and October 26.
Call "Miss Dig"
Please remember to call MISS DIG at (800) 482-7171 before digging on your property.
Your call alerts utility companies so they can stake the location of utilities, helping you to avoid them while digging.
The utility companies can bill you for damages if they are not notified.