The Public Works Department is currently building this webpage to 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. Check back soon to find useful information and announcements as this page is expanded. In the meantime, you can always contact the Public Works Department at 487-9044, or stop by the Public Works Office located at 104 N. Main St.
10/21/11: On Wednesday, November 9, as part of the regularly scheduled Planning and Zoning Meeting (6:00 pm at the Town Hall), the Town of Mammoth will be holding a Transportation Planning Meeting. The Public is invited to give input into the transportation planning process, and share ideas and issues regarding the maintenance/repair of the streets.
10/14/11: The blue recycling bins are back and are located on the north side of the Pinal County Building on Main Street (east of the Library) and at the Courthouse. Please do not use these containers for trash. For a list of acceptable recyclable items, please click here: Recycle List
10/4/11: The Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the new Community Center and the Highway 77 Sidewalk and Pedestrian Lighting Project will be held at 9:00 am on Friday, October 7, 2011 at the Community Center on 5th Street.
10/4/11: The public comment period for the Town of Mammoth Cielo WWTP AZPDES permit is now over. No comments were received. The ADEQ should issue the permit in the next few weeks.
THE LATEST NEWS AND INFORMATION
11/7/11: October 2011 Public Works Department Monthly Report: October 2011
10/4/11: September 2011 Public Works Department Monthly Report: Public Works Report September 2011
9/1/11: August 2011 Public Works Department Monthly Report : Public Works Report August 2011
8/23/11: On August 18, 2011 at the Monthly Town Council Meeting, the Council voted to pass Resolution 2011-008, which adopts the 2010 Pinal County Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan. The plan is on file at the Public Works Office or can be downloaded from the Pinal County website using this link: http://pinalcountyaz.gov/Departments/PublicWorks/EmergencyManagement/Documents/Pinal%20County%20MJMHMP_2011Feb08.pdf
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.
- 8/23/11: The Town of Mammoth recently sampled the drinking water for Lead and Copper at locations throughout the Town. This sampling is required every three years (the last samples were taken in 2008). All samples were below the Safe Drinking Water Action Levels for Lead and Copper. A copy of the results can be downloaded here: Copper and Lead 2011
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 treatment plant is currently scheduled to be on line in 2014.
The Town of Mammoth contracts with Waste Management for trash service. Trash is picked-up every Monday.
The Town of Mammoth, in partnership with Pinal County, 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 Works Department picks up brush and tree branches. Call the Town Hall to submit a Work Order. Please keep in mind that this service is provided free of charge. 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.
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.
- 10/21/11: At the October Monthly Town Council Meeting, the Council approved the proposal to add a semi-annual Transporation Planning Meeting as part of the May and November Planning and Zoning Meetings. The public is invited to attend these meetings and give input on transportation issues and ideas.
- 10/20/11: The ADOT Sidewalk and Pedestrian Lighting Project is now complete.
- 9/19/11: The Swimming Pool is now closed for the season and will re-open to the public in May 2012.
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