Superintendent Mark Abbott heads the Department of Public Works. The workers needed to maintain the 22 1/2 miles of City streets and perform routine maintenance are Calvin Martyn, Tom Jungnitsch, Jake Oswald, Alex Velazco and Shawn Felker.
This department has a vactor truck used for cleaning sewer lines, four large dump trucks with plows, a small dump truck, two smaller pickups, and 6,000 gallon tanker truck, a front loader and four riding mowers. These vehicles are used primarily for the maintenance & repair of roads and public properties, and for snow removal.
Please remember to keep fire hydrants and drains clear of snow. Also it is illegal to plow snow from driveways or walks into or across the street as this can hinder snow removal by City Crews.
NO PARKING ON CITY STREETS
There is no parking on City Streets from
2:00 AM - 6:00 AM
November 1st to May 1st
It is also a violation to park in any manner which impedes snow removal
THE FOLLOWING ARE THE 2019 BRUSH PICKUP DATES: