In late May, the city began a project to replace nearly 14,000 aged water meters in St. Louis Park. By September, nearly 2,000 meters had been replaced, keeping the project on track to be completed within 12-18 months. Meter replacements are taking place in seven stages across the city, with stage 1 nearly complete and stage 2 started in September...
updated: Monday, January 23, 2017
A: Old water meters are being replaced with two new pieces of equipment. The currently existing water meter inside the home is being replaced with a new water meter. A second piece of equipment, a radio read device called an R900 transmitter from Neptune Technology Group, is being installed on the outside of the home. Both pieces...
updated: Monday, February 13, 2017
Public Works Administration provides administrative support for Streets & Traffic and Water & Sewer. They also provide technical support for the roadway and utility infrastructure; manage the city's solid waste program (garbage, recycling, organics recycling, and yard waste); coordinate the spring and fall city clean-up events; manage telecommunication leases; and oversee Division communication efforts.
Public Works Administration consists of one services manager, two information specialists,one solid waste program coordinator, one solid waste program specialist, one solid waste field inspector and three office assistants.
Scott Merkley | Public Works Services Manager
Municipal Service Center | 7305 Oxford St. | St. Louis Park, MN 55426
P: 952.924.2181 | email@example.com