To Operate and maintain existing public infrastructure; plan capital improvement projects, protect public health and safety and to assure the community is provided with safe,
sustainable and financially sound system for potable water distribution, wastewater collection and treatment and storm water management.
838 Old Wilmington Rd.
Wallace, NC 28466
7:30am – 4:00pm
- Potable Water
- Sewer/Wastewater Treatment
- Storm water system
- Road repair/ Paving
- Street Sweeping
- Town grounds and Maintenance
- Pothole patching
- Crack sealing
- Asphalt paving
- Street cleaning
- Snow and ice removal from streets
- Alley grading
- Alley grading
- Unplugging drains or sumps
- Stormwater drainage
- Facility maintenance
- Street construction projects
- Maintenance of State routes within the Town
Public Works Supervisor
To efficiently operate the Towns water supply system and provide an adequate, realistic, safe and palatable water supply to our customers incompliance with the Safe Water Act and State regulations.
Wastewater Treatment Plant
Mission Statement: To receive and efficiently treat the raw sewage so that once discharged to the receiving waters so that it will not impact them in a negative way.
Waste water Treatment Plant ORC
Garbage and Yard WasteThe Town of Wallace provide garbage andy yard waste services to its residents and businesses. Tons of Trash is a privately own company that the Town uses to contracts with to provide these services. The following pick up schedule for these services are:
- Tuesday: Residental garbage pick up
- Thursday: Residential yard waste pick up
Big Trash DayTown of Wallace provides Big Trash day once a quarter. This is done on the first Thursday starting in February, May, August, and November. All items should be placed at curbside by 7am on the day of pickup. Such items that can be pick up are home furnishings, appliances, etc. We can not accept batteries, paint, tires, and building materials(ex. shingles, wood, etc.) If you have any questions, please contact the public works department at 910-285-2812.
Public Services Director
Utility System Information
- 6 Water Wells
- 3 elevated Water Tanks and 1 Ground Storage Tank
- 23 Sewer Lift Stations
- 60+ miles of permitted Sewer Lines
- 5.42 Million Gallons a Day Wastewater Treatment Plant
ContactBrent Dean Public Services Director
Peggy Updike Public Services Admin