Whenever you turn on the tap, flush a toilet, drive down a city street, or set out your recycling container, you're coming in contact with the work of the Public Works Department. The department is responsible for the ongoing maintenance and improvement of:
- 388 miles of roadways including 930 cul-de-sacs
- 676 miles of sanitary sewer and water main pipes
- Over 400 storm water quality ponds
- 8 lakes and over 1,000 wetlands in 4 watersheds
- 2 water treatment plants, 18 wells, and 6 water storage tanks
- 16 sanitary sewer and storm sewer lift stations
- City fleet of 500 pieces of equipment
- City Hall, Public Safety Facility, and the Public Maintenance Facility
Plymouth Public Works serves the public through:
- Engineering & Water Resources: Oversees roadway construction projects, permits work in the city’s right-of-way, reviews and inspects new roadway construction and grading of private sites, improves water quality in our lakes and ponds, and works with private property owners experiencing flooding issues. View the Engineering & Water Resources webpage.
- Sewer, Water & Street Maintenance: Maintains City streets including snow plowing, sweeping, and pothole filling, provides clean water to the public, maintains sewer and water pipes, replaces water meters in homes, and responds to flooding during storms. View the Sewer & Water webpage. View the Street Maintenance webpage.
- Recycling Services: Coordinates curbside recycling program, manages the drop-off site, and plans the city’s annual drop-off day event. View the Recycling Services webpage.
- Fleet & Facility Maintenance: Responsible for day to day maintenance and replacement of city facilities and fleet vehicles and equipment.
Plymouth City Hall | 3400 Plymouth Blvd. | Plymouth, MN 55447-1482
P 763-509-5500 | F 763-509-5510 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Sewer & Water and Street Divisions
Maintenance Facility | 14900 23rd Ave. N. | Plymouth, MN 55447
P 763.509.5950 | F 763.509.5955 | email@example.com