The street maintenance division maintains and repairs city streets and alleys. The street division ensures that all traffic control markings such as crosswalks, legends, turn arrows, stop bars, and street signs are legible and visible.
The street sweeper runs on Tuesdays and Fridays sweeping all accessible curb and gutter areas in the city. The downtown area is swept twice per week and residential areas are swept every other week.
The street maintenance division can be contacted at (559) 592-3318; Monday through Friday 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
The storm drainage system consists of one city owned permanent discharge basin (commonly referred to as the Brickyard), one city owned detention basin at the City’s Corporation Yard, one city owned Park-Pond basin at Park Place, separate primary points of discharge into the Consolidated Peoples Ditch along Belmont Avenue, an underground pipe network, and three lift stations. The majority of the storm drain infrastructure in the downtown area was constructed prior to the 1940s while numerous additions and repairs have been made to other parts of the town over the last 70 years.
The water division is responsible for the quality and quantity of water to serve our residents. This includes all necessary and required testing as well as insuring we have adequate long term supplies for our residents.
The water division operates and maintains the city’s water system which consists of eight wells, chlorination treatment facilities at each of the active wells, two inactive wells, one elevated storage tank with a capacity of 100,000 gallons, and a loop distribution system. The 2016 Drinking Water Consumer Confidence report is available online in pdf format by clicking here.
For more information call the City Corporation Yard at (559) 592-3318; Monday through Friday 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
The waste water division operates and maintains the sanitary sewer system, which consists of collector lines ranging in size from 4″ to 36″, and 9 lift stations.
The city’s wastewater treatment plant receives and treats 980,000 gallons of sewage per day from residential and commercial waste. Some of the treated water is used for local agricultural irrigation. You may review the city’s Sewer System Management Plan.
For more information please call the City Corporation Yard at (559) 592-3318; Monday through Friday 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Utility Billing handles payments for all City of Exeter utility services. Payments, requests for services, and questions can be made in person at the City Hall front office – (559) 592-3710. Requests for services and questions can also be made at the Public Works Office at (559) 592-3318; Monday through Friday 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
The City of Exeter contracts with Mid Valley Disposal to collect and dispose of solid waste from residential and commercial areas within the city limits. Mid Valley Disposal provides once-a-week collection in the residential and commercial areas for general refuse, green waste, and recyclable materials. For more information see the Refuse & Recycling page at this web site.
CONTAINERS MUST BE REMOVED FROM THE CURB ON THE SAME DAY THEY ARE EMPTIED.
For more information please call the City Corporation Yard at (559) 592-3318; Monday through Friday 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., or City Hall at (559) 592-3710; Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. You may also contact Mid Valley Disposal directly at (559) 237-9425.
City staff provide fleet maintenance services for a wide variety of vehicles and equipment used daily throughout the City of Exeter – from police patrol vehicles and fire engines/trucks to street sweepers, lawn mowers, and Dial-a-Ride buses.
The City’s Spring Clean Up Event scheduled for April 16th, 17th, and 18th has been suspended. Below is a message from the City’s contract solid waste service provider, Mid Valley Disposal.
“I want to thank those of you who have responded to my email updates regarding Mid-Valley’s services. The discussions have been overwhelmingly positive and valuable. Based on the conversations with my management team and many of you, we will be SUSPENDING spring clean-up events until further notice. As you know, these events require frequent face to face interaction with the public. We feel this is appropriate in light of the potential to spread the COVID-19 throughout your communities and our employees. Our goal is to maintain the essential solid waste services for all our communities”.