Public Works

New Haven’s public works staff oversees the operation and maintenance of the city’s street, water and sewer systems. Peter Otten is the Public Works Director. David Blankenship is Assistant Public Works Director. Other public works employees include Floyd Cooley, Brad Maune and Justin Sadler.

Public works quick facts

New Haven has over 13 miles of streets and roadways.

The city has two drinking water wells, both of which produce clean, high-quality drinking water. The two wells pump an average of 254,000 gallons of water per day.

 New Haven’s wastewater is treated in an aerated lagoon located on the east side of the downtown area. The facility is designed to handle up to 330,000 gallons of wastewater per day. The city is currently studying the wastewater system to determine how to best meet its long-term (20+ years) needs.

New Haven Annual Water Quality Report (Consumer Confidence Report)

Missouri Public Drinking Water Primacy Fee and Missouri Water Pollution Control Permit Fee

New Customer Application for Water, Sewer or Gas Utilities

Utility Turn On / Shut Off Application

Identity Theft prevention program

Employment application

City Sewer Map

City Water Map

City Street Map

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