Public Works: Maintenance Department
The Public Works crew is supervised by the Public Works Supervisor and is responsible for maintenance of the City’s infrastructure.
Public Works coordinates with the Engineering Department on storm water and sewer management. All inspection activity for approved street permitted projects are processed through the Public Works department. Check the conditions of your permit for inspection requirements. Visit the Engineering Department for permit requirements and project updates.
The Public Works crew repairs the City streets, street lights and street signs. Typically, the City contracts annually for paving selected streets. The Public Works crew cannot repair or maintain private streets. City sidewalks are also periodically inventoried and repaired during the selection of street improvements projects. New sidewalks are typically constructed by developers or neighborhood Local Improvement Districts. Visit the Public Works Standards page for resources and information on streets and sidewalk construction.
The City of Ruston has one park, which is maintained by our Operations Manager. We do not currently have a Parks activity program. Inquiries to rent the Rust Park should be directed to the City Clerk's office. Send an email to email@example.com or call (253) 759-3544 #2.
The City of Ruston provides sewer, storm and electrical service within the city limits. This means that the City owns our electrical grid. Inquiries about these services or utility billing questions should be directed to the Utility Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org or (253) 759-3544 #3.
The City of Ruston contracts with Tacoma Water for public water services, for questions visit their site www.mtpu.org/tacomawater.
Garbage and Recycle services are managed by Murrey's Disposal. You can visit their page if you want to report an issue at Murrey's Disposal.