Water Quality Report
April 6, 2009
Click here to view our current Water Quality Report.
Trash/Bagged Leaf/Yard Waste Collection
August 13, 2009
The following links provide information about the current Trash/Bagged Leaf/Yard Waste Collection routes, schedules and regulations.
Report a Street Light Outage
December 22, 2009
Please report all City street
light outages to 247-(LITE)
For more info please click here.
November 12, 2010
The Kingsport Wastewater Treatment Plant
received The Silver Peak Performance award from the National Association of
Clean Water Agencies (NACWA).
The award recognizes wastewater treatment plants
for outstanding compliance of their discharge permits. This award is a
reflection of the City’s commitment to clean water.
Report A Manhole Overflow
March 14, 2011
To report a manhole overflow:
Monday-Friday, 7:00am - 3:30pm: 229-9454
All other times: 246-9111
December 16, 2011
Clean Water Act requires cities with more than 10,000 residents to implement a stormwater program to control and monitor polluted stormwater runoff.
To learn more click here and here.
January 6, 2012
For current schedule and information about garbage collection, click the links below.
Kingsport Water/Sewer Now On FACEBOOK
January 30, 2013
The City of Kingsport Water/Sewer is now on Facebook.
Like us on Facebook!
February 25, 2013
award recognizes dedication to improved water quality through plant
optimization. This is the fifth consecutive year the water plant has received this award. The Kingsport Water Plant is one of only
three plants in the state to receive this year’s award.
Leaf Collection Schedule
November 6, 2013
To view the Leaf Collection schedule for the City of Kingsport, please click here.
Welcome to the Director's Corner -
The City of Kingsport's Public Works Department is a full service organization providing daily infrastructure maintenance and public services to our citizens. We are a broad group with a variety of skilled and technical employees.
We are everyday people doing extraordinary things everyday, and everyday we desire to remain safety minded. You may see our folks wearing the bright and reflective safety vests; some may be wearing the safety vests along with a hard hat; or you may see traffic cones in front of and/or behind our parked vehicles. These are all part of our everyday safety practices.
Safety is for everyone, and please remember...
"Safety in the Works - Today for Tomorrow"
Ryan McReynolds, P.E.
Assistant City Manager of Operations / PW Director