The Public Works and Utilities Department is responsible for street maintenance as well as traffic circulation planning and design. Also included within this department is the management of Superior Metropolitan District No. 1 which provides water, sewer, and storm drainage services to the residents of the Town. Additionally, PWU oversees new construction, informs and implements design of utilities and public infrastructure, and assists in managing projects involving the Town-owned infrastructure & rights-of-way.
The department includes: Public Works and Utilities Director, Civil Engineer, Utilities Superintendent, Construction Inspector, GIS Technician, Field Maintenance Superintendent, four Field Maintenance Technicians and four seasonal six month part-time Field Maintenance Technicians.
Town of Superior Design and Construction Standards:
Contractor Permit Applications
- Right-Of-Way & Utility Construction Permit Application
- Grading Permit Application
- Stormwater Quality Permit Application
- Construction Water Meter Application
- Construction Water Meter Operating Instructions
- Developer Contribution Form
Cash, checks, Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express are accepted for all transactions. Please note that credit card payments are limited to $2,500.
- Report a Street Light Outage
- Building Permit Information and Application
- Construction Codes and Requirements
- Solar Installation
- Green Building Program
- Utility Rates and Fees
- Superior Municipal Code
- Current Development Projects
- Development Standards and Applications
- Road Rehabilitation Project
Potable Water - Provides services to residential and commercial water customers while maintaining compliance with water regulatory requirements, develops and administers water conservation programs, and participates in regional water industry projects and organizations. View the current schedule of rates and fees.
Reuse Water - Implements the use of reclaimed water in landscaping and public infrastructure throughout the town.
Wastewater - Treats domestic, industrial, and commercial sewage to acceptable quality prior to discharge.
Stormwater - Monitors discharges from storm sewer, construction projects, industrial activities, and more. Superior is a part of the Keep it Clean partnership, and promotes responsible use of the stormwater drains around the Town.
Streets - Maintains roadways, particularly by performing snow and ice removal during winter months. During summer months the annual streets rehabilitation project identifies and fixes roads that need re-surfacing or replacing.