Chaska Public Works Department provides the physical facilities that make community possible. The department's responsibilities are divided into two primary divisions: streets and parks.
Service Order Request
Report needed street maintenance, sign repair, park equipment repair, trail maintenance, fallen tree, damaged transformer, street light out, or other concerns by completing and submitting a Service Order Request.
The Street Division is responsible for the following:
Civil Defense warning system maintenance
Construction inspection services
Storm sewer and flood control maintenance
Street and alley maintenance
In Minnesota, one of the major objectives of a city is snow removal. Following a snowfall of 2-inches or more, it is our goal to have all city streets plowed within an 8 hour period. To aid the city in achieving its goal, no parking along city streets is permitted within 24 hours of such a snowfall.
To report potholes, storm damaged trees, or for any other street maintenance concerns contact the Public Works Department.
The Parks Division is responsible for the following:
Athletic fields maintenance
Buildings and grounds maintenance
Irrigation system maintenance
Mowing and trimming
Parks and shelters maintenance
Skating rinks maintenance
Trail maintenance and construction
Chaska Clean-Up Day
Every spring and fall, the city holds Cleanup Day, where citizens have an opportunity to clean up the community, as well as their own lawn and garden waste.
Spring Clean Up is the 1st Saturday in May and Fall Clean Up is the last Saturday in October from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Athletic Park, a half mile west of Highway 41 on 1st Street. Clean up your yard and dispose of yard waste free of charge. Disposal of yard waste includes leaves, grass, brush and garden waste. No bags, no brush larger than 3 inches in diameter and 4 feet in length. For additional information call Municipal Services 952-448-4335 or email us at PublicWorks@chaskamn.com.
Mark your calendars for Spring Clean-Up Day on Saturday, May 6, 2017.
Carver County Environmental Center
Carver County has made recycling and household hazardous waste management more convenient by offering both services year-round and under one roof at the new Carver County Environmental Center.