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The Dayton Public Works Department is responsible for operations and maintenance of the City's buildings, parks, streets, stormwater system, wastewater system, and water system.
The City of Dayton has scheduled street sweeping for the first Tuesday of every month. Dayton residents are asked to park in their driveways and off the streets as much as possible on sweeping days so that the sweeper can get as much of the street as possible.
The Dayton Public Works Department is responsible for street maintenance. If you have questions or concerns, please contact Dayton Public Works at 503-864-2221.
The City of Dayton provides drinking water services. If you have questions or concerns regarding the water system, please call City Hall at 503-864-2221.
Water Conservation Incentive Program
As an incentive for conserving water, the City of Dayton will continue to offer a $50.00 credit (per household) on utility bills for customers who show proof of purchase of new water saving devices.
Devices included in this program are water saving dishwashers, clothes washers, and 1.28 gallons per flush toilets.
Bring your receipt into Dayton City Hall and we will adjust your next water utility bill. Some devices may not apply. For more information contact City of Dayton at 503-864-2221 or stop by Dayton City Hall at 416 Ferry St, Dayton Oregon.
The City of Dayton provides wastewater (or sewer) services to residents and businesses within the City of Dayton. The City's wastewater system consists of mainlines throughout the City, 3 lift stations (Hwy 221 Bridge, Palmer Creek, and 9th Street), a Main Pump Station, and a Wastewater Lagoon Treatment Plant.
Wastewater System Facilities Plan - June 2012
Sewer Rates - (as of June 1, 2018)
The Public Works Director is responsible for supervision of the City's Public Works staff as well as overseeing all public works functions, which include but are not limited to:
Public Works Maintenance Operators:
The City of Dayton employs two full-time Maintenance Operators, Greg Binks (MO 3) and Daniel Hallock (MO 1), who are responsible for all of the City's water and sewer maintenance and operations.
Maintenance Operators are certified in Water Distribution, Water Treatment, Wastewater Collections, and Wastewater Treatment.
The City of Dayton will provide inclusive, responsive, efficient, and ethical municipal government services to facilitate the health, safety, and livability of our community.
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