September 2023 - Customers asked to voluntarily reduce water use after an unusually dry summer
We have had an unusually dry summer and are facing a potential water shortage this fall. We are asking customers to voluntarily reduce their water use. This will help stretch the region’s water supply for people and fish until we get enough fall rain to improve our supply.
The Public Works Department manages two-thirds of the City's operational expenses, and a majority of the City's capital expenses. Our commitment is for constant improvement, and to provide timely and cost-competitive service. We are honored to serve our elected officials and citizens of Duvall through dedication, teamwork and innovative excellence. In recent years, the City of Duvall's Public Works Department has been recognized several times statewide for its performance and ingenuity.
The Public Works Department manages 5 main areas:
Business Development City Promotions, Events, Projects, and Grants
Land Development Construction Inspection and Engineering Plan Review
Parks and Recreation Boat Launch, Playgrounds, Recreational Areas, Sports Fields and Reservations
Transportation Public Right-of-Way, Sidewalks, Streets, and Trails
Utilities Water, Sanitay Sewer, and Stormwater
Project of the Year Award Historical Restoration/Preservation, City of Duvall Centennial Project, Washington State Chapter American Public Works Association, 2014
Association of Washington Cities Well City, 2011 to present
Outstanding Performance Award, City of Duvall Wastewater Treatment Plant, Washington State Department of Ecology, 2007, 2008, and 2013
Project of the Year Award Transportation, Main Street Reconstruction, City of Duvall, Washington State Chapter American Public Works Association, 2010
Governor’s 2010 Smart Communities Award, City of Duvall, 2010
Project of the Year Award Environment, City of Duvall Wastewater Treatment Plant, American Public Works Association, 2006