Public Works

The Public Works Department can provide information about the Town’s drinking water, wastewater, roads, parks (including the swimming pool and Community Center), sanitation (trash pick-up), and the Valley View Cemetery.  Please scroll down to find useful information and announcements.

Contact the Public Works Department

Public Works Office located at 104 N. Main St.

Phone: 520-487-9044


Public Works is on Summer Hours as of May 1st 2018 Hours are from 5:30 AM to 2:00 PM


Here you will find Information about any Road Work in Process, Water Outages, Major Projects, ect… This area will post important information that may affect the daily routines of our residents in Mammoth.


Updated 5-27-2018      Mammoth Pool is Opening on May 27, 2018. The hours will be as follows:  

Admission is $3.oo (Children 6 and under are free with the paid admission of an Adult.

Lap Swim – – Monday – Friday  8AM – 10AM

Night Swim – – Tuesday – Thursday   6:30PM – 9:30PM

Family Swim– Sunday Only 4PM – 7PM

2018 Pool Flyer

Punch Cards 2018

FREE Swim Lessons at the Mammoth Pool 2018

Sea Lions Swim Team

See information on Pool Party Reservations Below:

Pool Parties: 2018

COST: $250 for 3 hours, $50 for each additional half-hour (30 minutes).
1. Includes set up/clean up time.
2. Up to 70 swimmers (the cost will increase by $25/hr per additional lifeguard needed)
3. The pool is available:
4. Friday Night (until 10 pm)
5. Saturday Night (until 10 pm)
6. If another day/time is requested, please contact the Pool Manager

2018 Pool Party Form

Updated 1-13-2016    FREE Brush and Limb Pick Up for Occupied Residences 

The Public Works Department will pick up brush and limbs first load free, after that the resident must pay a fee of $15.00 per load at the Town Hall at the time the work order is scheduled. Call the Town Hall to schedule your pick-up.

Please keep in mind that this service is provided for a small fee. In return, the following guidelines apply:

  • Please place the piles where they are accessible from the curb.
  • The Town does not pick up weeds or garbage that can go into the trash cans. Please note that if garbage is mixed with branches, the entire pile will NOT be picked up.
  • The Town cannot pick up branches that are too large for the Trailer or that cannot be lifted by the Public Works Crew.
  • This service is meant for maintained clean up. Small piles that can be easily placed in the trailer.

Updated 1-1-2016           Brush and Tree Branch Pick Up for Vacant Properties

As these properties tend to become overgrown over a period of time and exceed the amount of space for a maintained clean up; The Town and Public Works will provide pick up service for these properties at the Cost of $30.00 per Dump Truck Load. All loads must be placed where the loader and truck will have access and may not be on a public right of way. Please contact Planning and Zoning to arrange pick up of this type. Please note that if garbage or debris is mixed with brush and branches, the entire pile will NOT be picked up.

updated 01-09-2017  There are recycling bins located across from Public Works on Main Street.  Please do not use these containers for trash.  For a list of acceptable recyclable items, please click here: Recycle List


The Town of Mammoth Public Water System AZ04-11-018 serves the residents of the town through two wells located on San Manuel Drive (Well #4) and Tiger Drive (Well #5).  The system includes two 250,000 gallon storage tanks and a booster pump station located on Rash Road.


The Town of Mammoth operates and maintains the wastewater treatment facility located at 14610 Highway 77 under Aquifer Protection Permit number P-101690.

The Town of Mammoth also has an APP (P-105647) and an AZPDES Permit (AZ0025470) for the Cielo Wastewater Treatment Plant.  This plant is still in the planning stages.


The Town of Mammoth contracts with Waste Management for trash service.  Trash is picked-up every Monday.

The Town of Mammoth, , operates the transfer station across from the Public Works Building on Main Street.  The Transfer Station currently accepts metal (appliances, water heaters, etc.) and tires for recycling.


The public is always welcome to provide input on road repairs that need to be done.   With the heavy rains we experienced this summer, there are many roads throughout the town that need attention.

  • 09-01-2015: Semi-Annual Transportation Planning Meeting as part of the March and September Planning and Zoning Meetings.  This will be part of the Planning and Zoning Regular Meeting on September 8, 2015. The public is invited to attend these meetings and give input on transportation issues and ideas.




Valley View Cemetery Rules and Regulations