City of Maryville

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Street Department
Street Maintenance Department is responsible for a wide variety of the City's maintenance services and programs. 

In addition to repairing an average of 80 miles of roadway each year this department maintains:
  • Alleys
  • Signage
  • Storm sewers
  • Parking lots
  • Vehicle/equipment repair
  • Daily trash removal of the downtown or square area
  • Snow removal
  • Tree trimming
  • Street sweeping
Oversight of the permanent street project and the asphalt overlay is always a top priority of the Street Department.  The popular City Wide Clean-Up Program is also conducted by this department. 

This department employs 10 full time personnel and is headed by Jay Cacek the Street Superintendent.

Snow Route Information:

Many residents are familiar with the designation of certain streets in the City as “emergency snow routes”. These streets are key to the City’s snow-removal strategy while maintaining safe routes for emergency vehicles. These routes are the primary target for snow removal during heavy snows and slick conditions, and will be the first to receive treatment when deemed necessary by the City. If you live on an emergency snow route we ask that your vehicle be moved off of this street during the activation of an “Emergency Snow Ordinance” notice. These notices are publicly addressed on the local radio stations and through a break-in on the local cable service. The removal of your vehicle from a snow route allows crews to quickly remove all the snow from a street, which in turn allows for a safer route for emergency vehicles when needed. An updated map of the City streets with the snow routes highlighted is available by following one of the links below or by stopping in at the Public Works Office at City Hall. 

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