- Public Works
The mission of the Public Works Department is to deliver superior municipal services to our residents, and to effectively develop, manage and operate the public infrastructure and assets that are the foundation of the City’s health, safety and welfare.
The Public Works Department is responsible for the municipal services that provide culinary water supply and distribution, secondary water supply and distribution, storm water control, street maintenance, collection of sewer effluent, snow removal and street lighting. These services provide the physical public infrastructure upon which a community is built. The Public Works Department is committed to providing a service level that will allow the City of Saratoga Springs to grow and prosper.
The Engineering Department coordinates the City’s capital improvement projects, traffic systems, construction permits, utility inspections, and assists in development reviews to ensure adherence to appropriate design and construction standards and specifications.
Although it is uncommon, the City of Saratoga Springs can be susceptible to flooding problems due to melting snow. Other potential flooding could come from a dramatic rises in Utah Lake or water that may come from West Canyon through the Tickville Wash.
Mosquito Abatement is handled by the Utah County Health Department.
Parks & Open Areas
Saratoga Springs Parks and Open Areas Department is committed to providing safe, well maintained parks, trails, and landscapes of city property.
Spring Yard Clean-Up
The City offers a consolidated dumpster collection for spring yard cleanup each year. The Utah County Health department also works with local waste districts to offer electronic and hazardous waste disposal.
The Storm Water Division is responsible for inspections and community outreach to ensure our storm water runoff is not tainted with damaging chemicals or debris that can clog storm water drainage.
Saratoga Springs Streets Division works hard throughout the year to keep the streets in good driving condition.
The Water Division is dedicated to maintaining quality drinking water, and irrigation systems throughout the city.