O'Fallon's Public Works Fair
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
10 a.m. – 2 p.m., CarShield Field (formerly T.R. Hughes Ballpark) west parking lot
O'Fallon's Public Works Fair allows children to get up close and even sit in the driver’s seat of some of the working equipment the City uses to provide City services, like snow plows, a paint striper, a street sweeper, a recycling truck and many others. Admission and activities are free, including:
- Safety awareness games and activities for kids
- Emergency preparedness and other information for adults
- Free rides on the City train for all ages
- A hotdog, chips and water
O’Fallon’s Public Works Department is composed of four divisions that provide vital services to O’Fallon’s residents and businesses.
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|Environmental Services (Trash, recycling and yard waste)||636-272-0477|
|Engineering and Project Management||636-379-5596|
|Water and Sewer||636-281-2858|
|O'Fallon's Sewer Lateral Insurance Program||636-379-5596|
The Public Works Department, which is located on the second floor of the O’Fallon Municipal Centre (City Hall), is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday – Friday, except for holidays.
The Department is dedicated to maintaining and improving O’Fallon’s quality of life by planning for future needs, building and maintaining municipal infrastructure, managing public capital improvement projects, and promoting environmental health and safety. The department is responsible for regular maintenance on City roads, storm sewers, water mains and sewer lines, and also provides residential trash, recycling and yard waste collection. When it snows, staff provides around-the-clock snow and ice removal on public thoroughfares throughout the City.
The Public Works Department also works closely with the Planning and Development Department to manage the growth and development of the City, to promote the general welfare, and to enhance the quality of life for all City residents. In particular, Public Works staff participates extensively in the review and approval process for all proposed site development projects. Once projects gain approval and site development begins, staff provides daily inspections, particularly during site grading and the installation of public infrastructure, such as water and sewer lines.
Contact Public Works staff