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Public Works Manager - W. Mark Clark

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MAINTENANCE SERVICES

The Maintenance Services Division is responsible for maintaining Lake Havasu City’s Parks, Buildings, Roads, Washes and Fleet. Lake Havasu City has over 435 miles of streets, 1200 acres of parks, 71 miles of washes, 13 traffic signals, and miles of curb, gutter and sidewalk. We maintain over 500 pieces of equipment and vehicles. Major facilities include the Police Station, City Hall, Airport, Maintenance Facility, SARA Park Complex, Aquatic/Community Center and numerous other facilities. Lake Havasu City also has 6 Fire Stations, 15 parks and 15 miles of paved trails. Assets maintained by Maintenance Services are valued at over $500,000,000. (Get information from Administrative Services).

STREETS MAINTENANCE
  • Pavement Management and Repairs
  • Signage and Striping
  • Sweeping
  • Storm Cleanup
  • Adopt a Street Volunteer Cleanup Program
WASH MAINTENANCE
  • Storm Cleanup
  • Minor Wash Improvements
  • Emergency Projects
TRAFFIC OPERATIONS
  • Speed and Volume Counts and Studies
  • Maintenance of Street Lighting (limited) and Traffic Signals
  • Computerized Pavement Management System and Evaluations
  • Contract Street Maintenance
PARKS MAINTENANCE
  • Maintains/Cleans City’s Parks and Sports Facilities
  • Special Event Assistance
  • Banners, Programs (Adopt a Park, Memorial Tree and Bench)
BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS MAINTENANCE

The Building and Grounds division develops and maintains city-owned parks, facilities, landscapes, and streetscapes; assists the recreation division with special events, activities, and programs; maintains city-owned flags; provides equipment and operations for city sponsored events; places and removes event banners on McCulloch Blvd.; oversees the Memorial Tree/Bench Program, the tree relocation program and the shade shelter program; and maintains athletic fields and school related facilites as described in the intergovernmental agreement between the city and the Lake Havasu Unified School District. The Parks Maintenance Division would like to invite you and your family to enjoy the beautiful scenery and various amenities located within each of our parks.

Would you like to become a park host? Click the link below to visit our online volunteer registration form..

Find out about our Commemorative Tree/Bench Program.

WASTEWATER DIVISION

The Wastewater Subivision is responsible for 353 miles of gravity sewer line and 25 miles of force main. There are a total of 49 sewer pump stations and the operation of 3 wastewater treatment plants. The miles of gravity sewer, force mains, of pump stations continue to increase with the progression of the Wastewater System Expansion Program.

TREATMENT PLANTS

WATER DIVISION

The Water Subdivision is responsible for 1 Water Treatment plant, approximately 500 miles of water lines, 15 booster stations, and 26 storage tanks. The division is also responsible for reading and servicing 29,000 water meters.

LOCATIONS

STATISTICS

319,430,000
Gallons of Drinking Water Treated