- Public Works
The Public Works Department is responsible for the management of activities related to:
Capital Project Bidding
Find information about current and closed bid opportunities.
Engineering is responsible for designing and constructing capital improvement projects, traffic studies, infrastructure planning, and more.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
The purpose of GIS is to provide the community with geographic data and expertise to communicate needs and ideas, assist in key decision making and promote the efficient use of resources.
Peruse master plans for the City of Lewiston.
Review helpful sanitation frequently asked questions.
Solid Waste Services
The City of Lewiston manages an integrated solid waste management system consisting of diverse operations including waste collection, waste reuse, recycling and waste disposal.
The City continues to implement and develop activities for the NPDES Phase II Permit. The City is currently functioning under a draft NPDES Phase II Permit from the EPA while waiting for a permit to be issued by EPA.
The Street Maintenance Division in the Public Works Department is responsible for maintaining the public street system, alleys, storm water drainage system, to clean paved road surfaces, and all traffic control devices (traffic and pedestrian signals, street signage, pavement markings). Street Maintenance monitors the conditions of streets to prioritize work performed to maximize cost-effectiveness and service to the public.
The Wastewater Services in the Public Works Department provides management control over the Wastewater Treatment Plant, Pretreatment Wastewater maintenance, and collection system.
The Water Services in the Public Works Department provides management control over the Water Treatment Plant, water quality laboratory, and the water maintenance and distribution system.
Capital Project Information
Capital improvements under construction.
Public Works Expo
The City of Lewiston partners with Asotin County, the City of Clarkston, and Nez Perce County in cooperation with the American Public Works Association to celebrate Public Works Day every year with an Expo at the Nez Perce County Fairgrounds.