Public Works & Mobility Department
Beginning with the February billing cycle, all charges for City water, sewer (wastewater), and storm water utilities will appear on one convenient, combined utility bill. Read on...
The Storm Water Utility will begin routine vegetation maintenance on two Clark Fork River levees on Monday, March 1, with completion by April 15, weather dependent. Portions of the North Riverfront Trail system will be closed 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays. Read on...
We've made some exciting changes to the Public Works Department, which is now the Public Works & Mobility Department. An up-to-date organization chart is available to help you navigate the new changes.
The Public Works Department strives to ensure a high quality of life for Missoula’s citizens, visitors, and businesses by providing services essential for safe, healthy living and working environments as well as safe travel on local roadways. To accomplish this, the Department maintains and improves our infrastructure systems, which provide water, sewer, storm water, and transportation services.
Public Works & Mobility Divisions
Surface Transportation Engineering (Streets, Sidewalks/ADA, Parking, Surface Infrastructure)
Utility Engineering (Water, Wastewater & Storm Water Infrastructure)
Development Review & Inspections (Development Plan Review & Inspections)
Street Maintenance—provides snow removal, pothole and other roadway repairs, and leaf collection services.
Signing, Striping & Traffic Calming—fabricates, repairs, and replaces street signs; applies and maintains striping and other pavement markings; and installs and maintains traffic calming solutions on Missoula streets.
Signals, Streetlights & Communications—maintains traffic signals and City-owned streets lights and installs and maintains vehicle communication systems for other City departments.
Missoula Water—provides clean, safe water throughout the city and maintains the water system infrastructure.
Storm Water Division—provides for and maintains infrastructure for both surface and underground movement of water from rain, snow melt, and other weather events and ensures compliance with state, federal, and local laws for storm water management.
Wastewater Division—provides safe and environmentally conscientious management and disposal of sewage. Includes the Wastewater Treatment Plant and Garden City Compost facilities.