Charged with the important mission of maintaining the streets, drainage systems and utilities – which can often be an around-the-clock job to ensure the comfort and safety of residents and businesses.
Please report any sanitary sewer concerns to City Hall at 972-843-4220, between the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm, Monday – Friday.
After-hours emergencies call 972-547-5350
UPDATE – COVID-19 from the North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD):
Here is a link to information NTMWD posted on our website to provide information to the public addressing questions about the new coronavirus (COVID-19) and water/wastewater treatment.
Here are a few key takeaways:
• Based on current evidence, the risk to water supplies is low.
• Coronaviruses (and other viruses) do not persist in chlorinated/chloraminated waters, such as those used in the water treatment process and the transmission of drinking water.
• Standard municipal wastewater system disinfection practices, including ultraviolet irradiation and/or chlorination, are effective in controlling the virus provided utilities monitor and maintain required disinfection levels during treatment.
Additionally, our team is working on plans to ensure continuity of operations if the virus should begin to effect essential personnel or their families.
We will keep you apprised of any new developments, and I encourage you to monitor the following online resources for updates:
Water Environment Federation (WEF)
WHO Covid-19 Technical Brief – Water
CDC Water Transmission and COVID-19
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Responsibilities & Services
The employees of the Public Works Department provide a critical public service through planning, constructing, inspecting, operating, and maintaining Lavon’s public infrastructure. All of the city streets, signs, wastewater utilities and the storm drainage systems are maintained by the public works department.
The City of Lavon collects wastewater and transports it to the city-owned Bear Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant located in the City of Lavon and operated by North Texas Municipal Water District.
The City of Lavon is committed to highest possible level of stormwater pollution prevention. Check out the city’s program here.
The goal of the Code Enforcement section is to encourage code compliance, to promote community awareness and civic pride, and to enhance the quality of life for all citizens by mitigating the physical signs of neglect or disrepair through the application of City codes. The Public Works Director is the city’s Designated Representative (DR) for OSSF matters.
You may submit a complaint about a specific property by phone, e-mail, fax or in person at City Hall located at 120 School Rd. If you would like to receive a response to your complaint, please provide your name and contact information with your complaint. **OSSF Complaint Form**
**Street & Sign Maintenance (Report potholes)
FEC Street Light Outage: https://swebserv.fecelectric.com/farmersec/servicerequests/01_Lights.html
Oncor Street Light Outage: https://www.oncorstreetlight.com/
Director of Public Works
Director of Public Works David Carter
Lavon City Hall
120 School Rd. P.O. Box 340
Lavon, TX 75166