The Department of Public Works provides several essential services to the residents and businesses of Dundee, and is the Town’s largest department. Public Works is composed of seven (7) divisions: Parks, Recreation, Streets, Facilities, Water, Sewer, and Stormwater. It also oversees the infrastructure projects implemented to enhance the quality of life in town. The Town has a public water supply system with improvements made over the years to provide for development which has occurred, especially along US Highway 27. The daily consumption of water now averages about 450,000 gallons per day.
The Dundee Town Commission recently approved expanding the existing wastewater treatment plant to promote growth east of the downtown core area. The Public Works Department is highly involved in expanding the coverage of the Town with a collection system which can provide wastewater disposal for most of the commercial and public facility property in the Town. With funding assistance from the United States Department of Agriculture, a collection system construction project was completed during 2002 which provided two pump stations and several thousand feet of force main to remove sewage from the SW area of Dundee, including the area near the intersection of Main and Center Streets. From these facilities, gravity sewer extensions and connections will result in diversion of wastewater to the Town’s plant that has for many years been pumped out of Town by the Utility Department of Polk County. Many other commercial properties are expected to be able to connect to the same sanitary sewer facility.
The Public Works Department provides many services to the Town’s residents in addition to water and sewer service. The usual street and storm-water facility maintenance is provided. The extensive public land held by the Town as a result of all the lakes and the area immediately around the lakes, being designated as public lands in the original platting of the Town, is regularly mowed and provided with landscape maintenance to enhance its use as park land. The solid waste generated within the Town is franchised out to Advanced Disposal.
You can view and download the application online. Please fill the application out and bring it to the Dundee Town Hall along with the following items: a copy of the mortgage release/bill or copy of lease/rental agreement, picture identification and deposit ($100 inside/$125 outside Town limits).
Yard Waste Services
In an effort to make life a little easier on our residents the Town of Dundee will be collecting residential Yard Waste on Wednesdays. This change will not affect your regularly scheduled garbage pickups on Monday or Thursday, depending on your location( TrashMap ). If you have any questions please feel free to call 863-438-8330 Ext. 258.
Automatic Debit Option for Utility CustomersAUTOMATIC DEBIT AUTHORIZATION FORM
Utility customers have the option to pay their utility bills by automatic debit at no extra cost. If you are interested in signing up for automatic debit payments you will need to come in to Dundee Town Hall and complete an authorization agreement form or you can download and complete the Automatic Debit Authorization Form now.
*Please note – If funds aren’t available for the bank draft at the time of transfer, which will be approximately the first of each month, then the transaction will be treated as an NSF transaction and an NSF fee will be added to the account. Late fees still apply if the balance is not paid by the due date.
Online Utility PaymentsPay Utilities Online Now!
The Town of Dundee has implemented accepting credit card and debit card payment. We have partnered with a credit card payment processing company (Point and Pay) so that our customers can pay by major credit card or debit card. The credit card processor assesses a convenience fee of 2.95% or $2.00 (whichever is greater) when using this service. Utility Deposits and Utility Payments are now being accepted online. Please visit Point & Pay to make your payments. Under Florida State Statute, the Town, as a Governmental Unit, has the option to partner with the third party to provide this service. Reference State Statute 215.322(b).
*Please make sure you coordinate with your banking institution to ensure your payment is received by the due date.*
Contact the Public Utilities Department
Staff: Trevor Moseley
Office Phone: 863-438-8330 ext. 221
Public Services Director: Clifton Bernard
Office Phone: 863-439-5672