The maintenance division of public works is a service-oriented division tasked with the responsibility of repairing, maintaining, and upgrading publicly owned roadways, parking lots, facilities, and equipment.
During the winter, the maintenance division's main objective is to ensure that all roadways, bike paths, sidewalks and lots are plowed and safe.
Summer is typically the busiest time of year for maintenance. The main focus in summer is street repair and maintenance, bike path maintenance and special projects.
The Town of Dillon has close to 20 miles of roadway, 4 miles of bike path, 23 parking lots, 8 building/structures, 50 vehicles/pieces of equipment utilized by 5 separate divisions.
Public Works is also responsible for maintaining the Town’s parks, landscaping, and facilities for the use and enjoyment of Town residents and guests alike. Buildings & parks is committed to continually finding ways to beautify the Town through landscape improvements and new installations. The Town of Dillon has two public parks and picnic areas, two public restroom facilities, three landscaped entrances, two landscaped highway median sections, four tennis courts, two playground parks, one baseball field, one basketball court, two bocce ball courts, and five pocket parks. In addition, buildings & parks crews are also responsible for the care of the Dillon Cemetery, Nature Preserve, and Town Center.