The Street department is a robust part of the Wagoner community which has various responsibilities in the role of maintaining infrastructure and community living. The department works hard to maintain streets and repair potholes, as well as oversee city street signage. They also manage ditch repair and drainage as well as city driveway development and alley clearing.
City clean-up programs are administered by the Street Department, as well as new and old tin horn replacement, snow and ice removal in the winter time. The Street Department also assists with opening and closing the City Waterpark for the season and general maintenance and assists with holiday decorations as schedules allow. The street department is in charge of barricades, staging for specific events, programs, and prarades for the City of Wagoner.
City Maintenance Request Form (Tin Horns/Ditch, Sign, Water Park, Ice/Snow Maintenance)
Thomas Applegate: Street Department Supervisor
The City of Wagoner Street Department seasonally sprays for mosquito control.
When in season: Spraying will be Monday-Thursday each week.
Monday: NE quadrant, Tuesday, SW, Wednesday, NW and
Thursday will be SE quadrant: 6:30-9:30p Weather permitting: (no rain or windy conditions).
Should a night be missed due to weather, it will be sprayed on Friday.
You can do your part by emptying standing water, checking/cleaning/disposing of ditches, fields, containers, old tires, birdbaths, garbage can lids, clogged gutters and even pet food bowls. These are favorite mosquito habitats.
Help us say no to mosquitos!!!!
City of Wagoner-Street Department making things better for its residents!!!
The City of Wagoner/Wagoner Public Works Authority is located at 320 S E 3rd Street on the East end of the city complex.
Materials and supplies are delivered to this facility and checked in and logged in to inventory by the inventory clerk. Employees check out supplies as needed and the clerk keeps an updated inventory of materials.
The City of Wagoner's Fleet Maintenance Department is located at 310 SE. 3rd St.
All city-owned vehicles and equipment are maintained out of this facility, including Police, Fire and EMS. The department provides regular preventative maintenance as well as all other repairs and maintenance of city equipment and has a fully equipped shop truck which handles outside repairs on job sites.
Ten electric generators throughout the city are maintained by the department, as well as water and disposal plants in the event of power failures.