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STAY-AT-HOME ORDER is in effect, and Garner Town Hall is closed to the public until further notice. However, Development Services (Planning, Inspections, Engineering) is accepting drop-off submittals and correspondence in the Town Hall main entrance vestibule during business hours. Residents currently have only online and phone options for utility and tax bill payments. Field inspections will occur between 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. And the schedule for the unprepared trash and yard waste pickup has been modified. The April 6 Town Council meeting and April 20 Planning Commission meeting are cancelled.

ALERT: Town Hall has been closed to the public until further notice. However, Engineering is accepting drop-off submittals and correspondence in the vestibule of Town Hall during business hours (8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday). Learn the details.

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The Engineering Department oversees the development of public infrastructure, which includes Town streets, sidewalk, storm water drainage and the water and sewer utility system.

Service Partners

Although the City of Raleigh is the owner and operator of the Town’s public water and sewer utility system, the Engineering staff can provide general information regarding the existing utility system layout, proposed system expansion plans and general design guidelines and standards. Specific questions should be directed to:

Public Utilities Department
(
919) 996-3481

The Town also partners with Wake County to manage sedimentation and erosion control. Questions should be directed to:

Andrew Lake
Wake County Environmental Services Department
andrew.lake@wakegov.com
(919) 594-0895

 

Please send questions and comments regarding the Town of Garner's Engineering Department to Craig Nix at cnix@garnernc.gov.

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