Public Property Department

Superintendent: Curt Phillips
Phone: 815-284-2904

Curt PhillipsThe Public Property Department in the City of Dixon is responsible for maintaining the buildings and land owned by the City of Dixon. One of the main responsibilities is the operation and maintenance of Oakwood Cemetery. Some of the Public Property services include snow plowing, mowing, hanging flags and decorations, preparing and watering the petunia beds, and removing snow from public sidewalks. The Public Property Department is also responsible for the city boat dock and all city parking lots.

Cemetery Workers:
Martin Swegle
Matt Moeller

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