Public Works

Curbside Bulk Trash Collection Temporarily Suspended

No Bulk Pick Up SquareThe Killeen City Council has approved a temporary suspension of curbside bulk pickup, beginning the week of Monday, May 30th - September 30th, 2022. This will help with an extreme staffing shortage and high turnover rate (a trend being seen across the country).

Citizens will still have full access to the City’s Transfer Station (12200 State Highway 195) where they can dispose of up to 300 pounds of bulk items per month of charge.

Only the container and brush will be serviced. If you require an additional container, you can order one with no fee, just the monthly charge of:

  • 32G: $16.25/month
  • 64G: $17.63/month
  • 96G: $19.78/month

Please see full news release with details here: https://www.killeentexas.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=1354

Major Road Construction Updates

The City of Killeen wants to update the community on major road Road Updates  Opens in new window construction projects. Please check out our flyer to get the status of:

  • Bunny Trail
  • Stagecoach Road
  • Gilmer Street
  • Watercrest Road
  • Willow Springs Road



*Full story: https://www.killeentexas.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=1331

THE public works OFFICE IS OPEN WITH SOCIAL DISTANCING PRACTICES IN PLACE. THE PUBLIC IS ENCOURAGED TO CONDUCT BUSINESS BY PHONE, EMAIL AND WEB TO THE EXTENT POSSIBLE.

The Public Works Department is dedicated to providing the Citizens of Killeen with:

  • Capital improvement projects planning and administration
  • Quality engineering, planning, and land use services
  • Solid waste services
  • Street and traffic maintenance
  • Utility systems

Divisions

The Public Works Department is dedicated to providing the citizens of Killeen with quality infrastructure systems and orderly planning and development.

  • The Engineering Division provides plan review and inspections services for development and city-sponsored projects.
  • The Environmental Services Division administers the State-required storm water discharge permit. It is responsible for the development of the city’s Storm Water Drainage Master Plan and for implementing a drainage capital improvements program.
  • The Transportation Division is responsible for the maintenance of the city’s streets, sidewalks and drainage ways.
  • The Solid Waste Division has four divisions: residential collection, commercial collection, recycling services, and transfer station. The Solid Waste Department is responsible for all aspects of garbage collection and disposal.
  • The Killeen Recycling Center accepts materials for recycling and operates the subscription Residential Curbside Recycling Service.
  • The Water and Sewer Division is responsible for maintaining the city’s 800+ miles of water and sewer mains; water tanks and towers; sewage lift stations; and fire hydrants. The department is responsible for the delivery of potable water to the customer and collection of wastewater to the treatment plant.

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