About the Department
The Public Works Department provides and maintains the infrastructure of the city of Moline to protect the health and welfare of residents, businesses, and visitors and provides quality services within available resources to our customers in a timely and efficient manner. Public Works includes the following divisions: Engineering, Fleet, Municipal Services, and Utilities.
Establishing or Changing your Service
Water, sewer, garbage and recycling services are combined on the utility bill. If you have questions regarding your bill, please call 309.524.2070 or email email@example.com.
If you would like to become involved in the community and keep Moline neighborhoods clean you can complete the Adopt-A-Street Program Application. The program was created in 1994 in response to corporations and civic groups who were interested in keeping Moline thoroughfares clean and attractive. Due to the positive response to the program, it was expanded to include individuals, families, and schools, etc.
All volunteers must do is care for and improve the aesthetics on both sides of a one-mile section of a City street. The City places a sign at the beginning and end of the street to recognize the groups efforts. Volunteers may work on their street as needed with a minimum of four clean ups a year recommended. The City provides trash bags for debris removal and safety vests for volunteers to wear during the clean up. After the clean up is complete, crews are sent to collect the full trash bags.
The City of Moline Engineering Division is striving to streamline our bidding and plan retrieval process. Therefore, beginning in January 2019, our project plans and proposals will be available for electronic download in pdf format through our website, Read on...
Every residence will have their old recycling cart(s) picked up and every residence will receive a new 95-gallon recycling cart with Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) technology installed on it starting Monday, October 15, 2018. Read on...
Due to the Mississippi River’s rising water levels, River Drive will be closed from 23rd Street to 55th Street effective immediately. Read on...