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Contact Information

Customer Service
803-441-4240
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Superintendent of Property Maintenance
Roy Kibler
803-441-4244
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Property Maintenance Division

The Property Maintenance Division is responsible for maintaining the aesthetic appearance of landscaped areas to City building sites, gardens, parks, public-right-of-ways, street-scapes, traffic medians, walking trails and entry ways into the City. The division also manages the City's Litter and Mosquito Control Programs. The division maintains over 364 acres throughout 16 different parks, the grounds at 9 city buildings, 11 miles of Greeneway Trails, 64 miles of right of ways and over 2,700 subdivision trees. 

Mosquito Control Program

PUBLIC SERVICE NOTICE

Mosquito Public Control Pic.The City of North Augusta’s Mosquito Control Program will begin the week of May 15th 2019, and will continue until September 12th, 2019. During this time, a truck equipped with a chemical sprayer will travel throughout various neighborhoods on Wednesday’s of each week during the hours of 4:00 a.m. – 6:00 a.m. dispersing low levels of Permanone. The chemical and method being used to control adult mosquitos is environmentally-friendly and used worldwide in mosquito control.


The mosquito control program helps prevent the spread of mosquito-transmitted diseases, such as West Nile, Chikungunya and Zika viruses to the public. During the months of May through September on Wednesday’s of each week during the hours of 4:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. various areas of the City are treated with an ultra-low volume of Permanone spray that is environmentally-friendly and used worldwide to help control mosquitoes. MORE »

A Few Tips
  • Drain water from bottles, tires, buckets, cans, flowerpots
  • Empty, cover, or turn over swimming pools
  • Cover or turn boats upside down
  • Change water in birdbaths every few days
  • Stock ornamental ponds with mosquito-eating fish
  • Repair leaky plumbing and outside faucets
  • Repair window and door screens
  • Clean gutters
  • Don’t wash lawn clippings into storm sewers
  • Wear long pants and long-sleeved shirts when outdoors
  • Use mosquito repellent when outdoors
  • Use flying insect spray to control mosquitoes indoors
Litter Control Program

The City’s litter crew picks up litter on 64 miles of right-of-ways along city, and state roads. Motorist and pedestrians are responsible for creating 30 to 50 percent of all litter. The rest comes from household or commercial garbage, construction sites, and uncovered trucks. During 2018 the litter crew removed 43.43 tons of litter from City right-of-ways. MORE »

Tree City USA

The City is proud to be a Tree City U.S.A. and Arbor Day registered organization. The City’s trees are maintained by staffed certified Arborist and contractual crews. Some of the tree work includes routine maintenance, removals and replanting. MORE »