Public Works maintains city facilities, city-owned streets, landscaping, street trees, the water distribution system, the stormwater and sanitary sewer systems, and removes graffiti to keep Wilsonville a safe and beautiful place to live.
The Adopt-a-Road program gives businesses, families, service groups, and individuals a chance to care for a section of roadway in the city.
The City administers a Backflow Prevention Program to ensure that backflow prevention assemblies are installed where necessary and tested upon installation and annually thereafter by an Oregon Health Division certified tester.
Bulk water is available by obtaining a permit and meter from Public Works.
This program is responsible for coordinating and facilitating the mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery activities related to hazards, disasters, and emergencies.
The purpose of the program is to prevent the introduction of harmful pollutants into the sewer system and improve opportunities to recycle or reclaim our sewer system’s wastewater and biosolids.
Public Works maintains the sewer collection system, which consists of 60 miles of pipe, over 1400 sanitary sewer manholes and eight pumping stations.
Operated by Veolia Water North America, Wilsonville’s water treatment plant produces very high quality drinking water for the city’s citizens.