The Department of Water, Division of Sewer Maintenance operates and maintains a wastewater collection system (WWCS) and municipal separate storm sewer system (MS4) within the corporate limits of the City of Dayton. The WWCS is comprised of a network of gravity piping system and pumping stations that convey wastewater to an advanced wastewater treatment plant also owned and operated by the Department of Water, Division of Wastewater Treatment. The MS4 is comprised of a gravity piping system and pumping stations that convey storm water runoff to rivers, streams and waterways during rain events. The Division of Sewer Maintenance also operates a series of flood control pumping stations and flood control valves/gates constructed as part a levee system along our major river corridors through the downtown area.
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Our Mission is to enhance and maintain the City's Sanitary and Storm Sewer System in the most reliable and cost effective manner. We are committed to demonstrating the highest quality maintenance standards in the industry to ensure continued health, safety, and welfare of our entire community.
For sewer related complaints: (937) 333-4915 (24 hours/7 days per week)
Michael Powell, Division Manager 333-4915
Operations Coordinator 333-4849
Office Supervisor II 333-5026
Gary Davis, Pump Station, Storm TV Inspections 333-4921
John David, East Side Repair 333-4920
Dave Roberts, East Side Repair 333-4936
Tim Jones, West Side Cleaning 333-4919
Cecil Foster, West Side Repair 333-4918
7:00 A.M.-3:30 P.M. Monday - Friday
Closed Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays