Ozark's Public Works (PW) Department worked tirelessly throughout the year to maintain and improve the infrastructure of the city of Ozark. They ensure safe and efficient transportation, reliable water and sewer systems, and well-maintained public facilities for the community.
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To Make Ozark Better Every Day! Our goal is to improve the quality of life for the citizens of Ozark by maintaining and improving the city’s stormwater, streets, sanitary sewer, water systems and pedestrian pathways.
For information about different aspects of Public Works that you may have always wondered about but never knew what the crew was doing, Public Works project updates and our online service request form, please follow this link Public Works Projects / Public Works Information.
2022 Project Updates:
Completed: Downtown Fire Loop
Completed: Finley Valley Water Main Project – Elimination of Two Shallow Wells
Completed: Phase III of the Downtown Project
Completed: Chadwick Flyer Phase I
Completed: CIPP – Trenchless Pipe Repair
Completed: Inflow & Infiltration Program – Sewer Camera System
Completed: Hydrants – Intelligent Municipal Water System Monitoring Software
Completed: ARPA Award for Regional Lift Station
Completed: Hydrant and Valve Exercising Program
Completed: Showcasing the Square for the Oktoberfest Event
Completed: Initiated a New Street Sweeping Program
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2020 Paving Projects
The Board of Aldermen unanimously approved the 2020 Paving Bid, and the City of Ozark, along with the awarded contractor, Journagan Construction, began reconstructing streets throughout Kali Springs and Eastland Heights neighborhoods.
Crews began in the spring of 2020 by making the necessary stormwater improvements throughout Kali Springs. Several of the storm boxes and storm inlets had settled, pipes were obstructed and the system was not properly conveying runoff.
Once the stormwater repairs were completed, crews were able to pave both phases of Kali Springs. The neighborhood home owners association worked with the City closely to mitigate the negative impacts that can occur during construction. Overall the project was a huge success and came in under budget. A big thank you to the Kali Springs HOA, for helping us with the communication and logistics.