Mayodan is a full-service town providing administration, public water and sewer, fire and police protection, solid waste collection and recycling, street maintenance, municipal cemetery, planning and development, and parks and recreation.
The Town Council is responsible for hiring a Town Manager that is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Town. Staff pride themselves on providing the citizens of the community with cost-effective services in a friendly, small-town manner, that puts the citizen first.
Town Departments FAQs
The Town of Mayodan Parks & Streets Department's strategic goal is to improve the maintenance and stewardship of our Parks and Recreation areas. Our staff utilize the tools and direction provided by the Town Council, along with feedback from our community to make our parks clean, safe, and secure.
Street Right Of Ways and Publicly Owned Properties:
Right of way maintenance ensures the roadside vegetation is properly maintained to allow safe use of the Town streets and sidewalks by the public.
The Parks & Streets Department is also responsible for the following:
• Cleaning debris from right of ways before mowing
• Mowing Town owned properties
• Mowing and trimming at municipal cemetery and removal of debris and trash
• Applying herbicide to problem areas as needed
• Keeping storm drains clear of debris before and after rain
• Loose leaf collection from November 1st to February 1st in the town limits
• Removal of snow, ice on sidewalks and entries to public owned buildings and properties
• Assisting the Street Department with snow removal, flagging assistance, and general maintenance and upkeep of public owned parking lots and properties
The plant is essentially a regional facility serving the needs of Mayodan and the towns of Madison and Stoneville under contract.
The WWTP is an extended aeration activated sludge treatment plant, processing a combination of industrial and domestic waste water.
The treatment scheme includes influent bar screens, an influent lift station, three aeration basins and secondary clarifiers. The treated water is chlorinated and de-chlorinated, prior to discharge to the Mayo River.
Excess biological sludge is thickened in one of two gravity thickeners and subsequently digested in an aerobic digester. The stabilized sludge is then land applied (on permitted sites) either as a liquid directly from the digester or it may be de-watered (prior to land application) on the sand drying beds and then land applied.
The plant can process 4.5 million gallons of sewerage per day. Mayodan Waste Water Treatment Plant 2013 Annual Performance Report
Currently, the plant produces approximately 500,000 gallons daily.
The source for our water is the Mayo River. Mayodan sells water to Stoneville and is interconnected with Madison. This interconnection is important because Madison draws its' water from the Dan River, this helps to protect the two towns from drought or other emergency.
The Water Plant staff perform a variety of daily and monthly tests to insure that Mayodan's water meets the high standards of North Carolina and the federal government.
Annually, the Town produces a water quality report available at the link below and posted at the Town Hall. You may download a copy below.
2018CCRfinal Annual Drinking Water Quality Report for Towns of Mayodan/Stoneville
100 North Ayersville Rd Mayodan, NC 27027 MAP IT!
For emergencies please call 911
Assistant Fire Chief
Mayodan provides solid waste, leaf and lawn debris, and recycling services to all town residential properties and commercial properties that do not require a dumpster. For more information about each service select a link below.
For more information about Town solid waste services see this brochure.
This Division is responsible for water billing, water meter installation, water line maintenance, repair, and replacement of town water lines. The Public Works Director oversees the operations of the division.
Customers include residents, businesses, and industrial users. Each customer is responsible for maintaining the lines within their building and on their private property until the sewage enters the public system. Some businesses, such as restaurants, must have grease traps to remove extra grease and debris that can cause the lines to become clogged, leading to sewerage spills. Many industrial users must provide pretreatment for their waste water, removing chemicals from the waste before it enters the public system.All of the sewerage lines eventually flow into the Mayodan Wastewater Treatment plant located on the eastern side of the Mayo River.
Collection System Performance - 2016/2017
Collection System Performance - 2015/2016
Collection System Performance - 2014/2015
Collection System Performance - 2012/2013
Fats, Oils & Grease
Have you ever had your wastewater drains plug up and back up into your home?
Disposing of fats, oils and grease down the kitchen sink can cause grease blockages. Over time grease builds up inside the pipes that connect your home to the sanitary sewer. This build up can cause a sanitary sewer over flow and can be detrimental to our environment.
Grease Blockage Prevention Steps
These problems can be eliminated with your help. You can reduce the chance of a grease related blockage by following these simple steps:
- Do not pour cooking grease down the sink.
- Use paper towels to wipe off plates and kitchen utensils.
- Scrape all food scraps into garbage can and not into a garbage disposal.
- Pour cooking grease into a container to solidify and dispose of container in trashcan.
- Garbage disposals use large amounts of water during operation. By eliminating the use of your garbage disposal, you can not only reduce the chances of a sewer line blockage, but also reduce your water and sewer bills.We all live in an Environmentally Sensitive Area and by using these steps we can help preserve our environment.
Public Works FAQs
The Administrative Department is led by the Town Manager who oversees and supports all of the other departments of the Town. The department is directly responsible for Planning and Development, Grant Administration, Economic Development, and Personnel.
For more information about Town solid waste services see this page.
The Division keeps the lines clean of grease and waste which allows the system to work effectively and efficiently.
Customers include residents, businesses, and industrial users. Each customer is responsible for maintaining the lines within their building and on their private property until the sewage enters the public system.
Some businesses, such as restaurants, must have grease traps to remove extra grease and debris that can cause the lines to become clogged, leading to sewerage spills. Many industrial users must provide pretreatment for their waste water, removing chemicals from the waste before it enters the public system.All of the sewerage lines eventually flow into the Mayodan Wastewater Treatment plant located on the eastern side of the Mayo River.
Collection System Performance - 2014/2015 Collection System Performance - 2012/2013
Town of Mayodan Backflow Inspection Report
Chapter 6, Section 6.19 Quality of Public Potable Water Supply (Cross Connection)