Public Works

The Town of Pinedale Public Works Department is responsible for all the day-to-day operations of the town, including maintaining and repairing town streets, our parks and ball fields, the water distribution system and sanitary sewer collection and treatment system,  Town equipment maintenance and upkeep, upkeep on all of the town’s buildings, and public restroom facilities.

Call Before You Dig, 800-849-2476 or 811, to locate underground utilities to your property.

No Dig Dates
Excavation is not permitted from November 1 to April 15 each year.

We are working 24/7 to provide safe drinking water and proper sanitary treatment.  Our drinking water is provided from the prestine waters of Fremont Lake.  The water is treated with chlorine and UV treatment for disinfection and soda ash for corrosion control.

Below are our water quality reports for your review.

  • 2015 Water Quality Report
  • 2014 Annual Water Quality Report
  • 2013 Annual Water Quality Report
  • 2010 Consumer Confidence Report (PDF)
  • April Water Meter Meeting Projections (PDF)
  • April Water Meter Meeting Slideshow (PDF)

Your sewer water travels from each propert to our treatment facility, which is located at 61 South Pinedale Road.  The treatment is an advanced integrated lagoon system, which includes anaerobic treatment followed by aerbobic treatment, and UV disinfection prior to discharge into Pine Creek.

The Public Works Department recommends that all homeowners know the location of their water curb stop, and sewer clean out to aid in emergency situations.

If you have questions about our water and sewer treatment or would like to schedule a tour of our facilities please contact the Director of Public Works.


Streets and safe transportation for Pinedale residence and visitors.

  • Street maintenance such as pot hole repairs
  • Road cleaning
  • Snow Removal
  • Signage
  • Traffic control and detours during events

Public Works requests that residents not to park vehicles on the town right of way during winter months, that space is used for snow storage, and vehicles parked on the street slow the plowing process after a storm.

Please contact us to report any street damage.

The Town has several beautiful parks for all to enjoy:

  • American Legion Park
  • Boyd Skinner Park
  • Berslander Park
  • Split Diamond Park
  • Trails Creek Park
  • Ball Fields

The parks department keeps this parks with full maintenance during the summer.  We hope you are able to enjoy the parks and please help us by cleaning up after yourself!

If you want to reserve the park for an event, please complete the parks event application:

Parks Application

To reserve the ball fields contact the Town.


Neither our water source (Fremont Lake) nor our distribution system contains lead or copper. Lead may be present in private service lines which were plumbed with lead solder and/or lead containing fittings and fixtures. Lead found in tap water typically comes from corrosion of these older fixtures and from lead solder containing copper pipes. If the water sits stagnant in these lines for several hours, the lead may leach into the water and potentially become consumed.

The Town of Pinedale has been working with the Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of Environmental Quality, and a consulting engineering firm to provide the town with the optimal corrosion control technique.  The Town is now treating the water with soda ash to elevate the pH of the water in order to minimize solubility of lead, from service lines, into the water.

If you are concerned of lead being in your water, the EPA recommends the following precautions:

  • Flush your pipes before drinking: The more time water has been sitting in your home’s pipes, the more lead it may contain. Anytime the water in a particular faucet water until it becomes as cold as it will get. This could take as little as five to thirty seconds if there has been recent heavy water use such as showering or toilet flushing. Otherwise, it could take two minutes or longer. Your water utility will inform you if longer flushing times are needed to respond to local conditions.
  • Only use cold water for eating and drinking:  Use only water from the cold-water tap for drinking, cooking, and especially for making baby formula. Hot water is likely to contain higher levels of lead. Run cold water until it becomes cold as it can get.Note that boiling water will NOT get rid of lead contamination.
  • Note that boiling water will NOT get rid of lead contamination.
  • Use water filters or treatment devices: Many water filters and water treatment devices are certified by independent organizations for effective lead reduction. Devices that are not designed to remove lead will not work. Verify the claims of manufacturers by checking with independent certifying organizations that provide lists of treatment devices they have certified.

Historic Lead and Copper Levels in Pinedale’s Water

EPA action level for is lead 0.015mg/L and for copper=1.3 mg/L.

  • 2002: Action Level Exceedance: Lead & Copper exceeded the 90th percentile lead = 0.017 mg/L and copper = 1.49 mg/L
  • 2003: Lead and copper not reported to EPA.
  • 2004: Lead and copper passed 90th percentile; lead = 0.015 mg/L, copper = 0.71 mg/L.
  • 2006: Action Level Exceedance: Copper exceeded the 90th percentile. lead = 0.008 mg/L and copper = 1.62 mg/L
  • 2009: Action Level Exceedance: Lead exceeded the 90th percentile; lead = 0.056 mg/L and copper = 0.46 mg/L
  • 2010: Lead and copper passed 90th percentile; lead = 0.015 mg/L, copper = 0.14 mg/L.
  • 2013: Town failed to conduct lead and copper testing.
  • 2014: Town received an administrative order from EPA for not testing lead and copper in 2013
  • 2015: Town passed lead and copper testing. 90th percentile; lead = 0.008 mg/L and copper = 0.23 mg/L
  • 2016: Town passed lead and copper testing. 90th percentile; lead = 0.014 mg/L and copper = 0.22 mg/L

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