Like any community, St. Peters both relies on water for life and prepares for the challenges that water can present. The City of St. Peters cleans water for consumption, treats wastewater for a safe return to the environment, and manages storm water.
The City of St. Peters Water Plant treats water pumped from underground wells in the Mississippi River floodplain.
St. Peters Utilities employees monitor our water distribution system.
St. Peters Utilities workers respond to a concern over a sewer line.
St. Peters Utilities workers perform maintenance at the Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Wastewater that's been treated at the St. Peters Wastewater Treatment Plant gets an extra dose of oxygen before being released to Spencer Creek.
St. Peters Utilities Department workers install a storm sewer drain on a neighborhood street.
A St. Peters employee repairs a storm sewer drain.
St. Peters employees place a camera on a transporter inside a storm sewer to check for defects.
A St. Peters employee guides a camera remotely through a storm sewer and checks for defects.
Storm Sewer Stencil
The City of St. Peters is working to address creek erosion and litter. Please do not litter or dump yard waste or any other waste. This waste is harmful to our waterways and their wildlife.
Some funding from a half-cent St. Peters sales tax for parks and storm water is used for major creek stabilization projects. St. Peters employs natural methods of erosion control such as rock and plant life.