The City of Dyersville's Public Works Department covers three areas: city water, wastewater and streets. From water quality to snow removal, the Public Works Department maintains and improves infrastructure for all of Dyersville's residences and businesses.
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Water Operators work with all aspects of city water including:
Water pumping systems
Water valve maintenance
Wastewater Operators deal with Wastewater Collection and Treatment Systems and anything related to sewage, manholes, sewer lines, and more.
Street Department Operators
Street Department Operators cover a range of street-related tasks, including: