p. (316) 722-4854
5600 N. Maize Road
Maize, KS 67101
The Public Works Department is responsible
for snow removal, street maintenance, water meter reading and
installation, maintenance of street signs and signals, water
distribution and sanitary sewer line maintenance, water and
wastewater treatment plants, and wellhead protection.
For After-Hour Utility Emergencies:
There are many different jobs that must be
done in the Maintenance Division of the City of Maize. Here are
just a few of them: We fill potholes with temporary asphalt
patches, grade the dirt streets, and sweep the streets, clean
culverts and ditches, clean storm sewer drains, check the water
system daily to make sure everything if flowing as it should,
check for street signs, stop signs, etc. Also as a part of this
we mow most all the ditches along Maize Road, 53rd St., and all
along the drainage ditches and along the Railroad track through
town. We also maintain all city facilities.
We also pour concrete for sidewalks, curb and
gutter, and drainage ditches. In addition we maintain most all of
the equipment that we use; regular service such as changing oil,
grease, sharpening blades; just in general servicing all the
If you notice that a street light is out,
call City Hall and we will contact our Westar representative.
Please provide the exact location of the street light when
calling. For after-hour electrical problems, please contact
Westar at 383-8600.
The City of Maize offers a brush drop off area available to
all city residents to assist in property maintenance and limb
disposal. For residents over 60, or disabled, you may qualify
for pick up. The City of Maize reserves the right to reject any
pickup or drop off.
Loads not able to meet our restrictions can be disposed of
for a fee at:
All material is ground/shredded. Free mulch will be available
during drop off hours.
Through the integration of its population into every aspect of quality education, civic improvements, community appearance, commerce and recreation, Maize shall preserve its small town atmosphere and become the best small city in Kansas.
"Where Community Counts"
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