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City of Mapleton, Minnesota 

Curling Capital of Southern Minnesota
 
The Public Works Department is responsible for street maintenance, park maintenance, water distribution system, wastewater system, and storm sewer. 

Water Department

The City of Mapleton provides approximately 57 million gallons of water per year to the citizens of Mapleton, which is an average of approximately 156,000 gallons/day.  Ground water sources provide 100% of our water from 2 wells 400 feet deep and are highly regulated and tested by the City Water Department and the Minnesota Department of Health to insure no chemical or bacterial contamination.

As consumers of a natural resource, we can do our part to conserve by making sure all house plumbing is in good working order.  A 1/6 inch water leak can waste approximately 25,000 gallons/month.  The majority of leaks that we see are worn out toilet flappers, improper toilet float adjustment, or a water softener solenoid sticking open.  Consult your plumber if you suspect problems.

Wastewater Department

The City of Mapleton handles approximately 370,000 gallons/day of wastewater generated by the residents and businesses of Mapleton. 

 
104 2nd Avenue SE, 507-524-3492