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03/27/14
Home Hazardous Waste Collection Day May 3, 2014
Home Hazardous Waste Collection Day We’ll Take Your Hazardous Wastes-No Charge Saturday May 3, 9am-1pm City of Seaside Public Works, 1387 Avenue U Seaside (To east off Hwy 101/ S.  Read More...


03/27/14
Annual Spring Clean Up Day May 4, 2014
This year's annual Spring Clean-up Day will be held on Sunday May 4, 2014 at the Recology (formerly WOW)transfer station located off of Highway 202 on Williamsport Road in Astoria.

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City of Warrenton - Public Works



About

The Public Works Department
is the largest department within the City of Warrenton with 16 full time employees. We are responsible for providing safe drinking water; collecting and treating wastewater; maintaining the existing water, sewer stormwater, dikes/levees, parks, trails and streets systems; sanitation/recycling services; and the Mapping with Geographic Information Systems (GIS).

The Public Works Department works with the City’s Engineer of Record, Jim Rankin, PE. to budget, plan, design, and manage Capital Improvement Projects for water, sewer, storm water, parks, and streets/trails construction.

The City of Warrenton operates a 6 million gallon per day(MGD) Continuous Microfiltration(CFM) Water Treatment Plant located at 86646 Lewis & Clark Road, south of the City. The City uses surface water collected from a series of dams on the Lewis & Clark River and its tributaries. Additionally, the City has a 17.5 million gallon reservoir for raw water and two 3.5 million gallon reservoir tanks for treated water.

The City of Warrenton operates a 1.2 million gallon per day Sequencing Batch Reactor(SBR) Wastewater Treatment Plant(WWTP) located at 105 NE 5th Street . The City WWTP staff also operates a Septage Hauler dump station at the facility open to private haulers to dispose of septic waste.