Public Works and You

The pages in this section are provided to our public to provide information regarding water in our community, suggestions on how individuals can help with conservation and reducing accumulation in the sewer pipes, a method to report issues with streets within the City, and how to reduce the cost of fixing hazardous sidewalks.
  1. Bulk Water

    The City of Grants Pass offers a bulk water station.

  2. Emergency Drinking Water

    In compliance with the Oregon Emergency Response Plan 333-061-0064 we now have a water trailer capable of supplying safe drinking water to the Grants Pass residents in times of emergency.

  3. FOG

    When FOGs are discarded down the kitchen sink or drain system it accumulates inside the sewer pipes, causing many problems and requiring costly repairs and sewer line cleaning.

  4. Hazardous Sidewalk Repair Program

    The City's Hazardous Sidewalk Repair Program helps homeowners reduce the costs of replacing sidewalks on their property which have been identified as hazardous.

  5. Low Use Water Gardening

    How you can conserve water by landscaping and gardening in ways that reduce or eliminate the need for supplemental water from irrigation.

  1. Reporting Street Problems

    Give the Streets Division a heads up when you see a street maintenance problem, such as signs down, sidewalk or vision hazards, pavement markings, and potholes.

  2. The Value of Water

    What is the value of clean water? How does having clean water impact your life?

  3. Water Conservation Tips

    Learn how to conserve water both indoors and out, and find out how to detect leaks and read your water meter.

  4. Water Quality Reports

    Read the annual Water Quality Report to learn about the current quality of the drinking water in Grants Pass, how it is treated, and how it is managed.