The Engineering Department provides technical engineering services to all departments of the City of Kirksville. Support provided includes: construction surveying, design, drafting, preparation of plans and specifications, construction inspection, contract administration, and review of engineering designs for subdivision development. The Engineering Department manages the city's transportation sales tax construction program. The department maintains and updates the city's maps, including street maps, water distribution system maps, sanitary sewer system maps, zoning maps, and subdivision plat records. The department maintains a comprehensive Geographic Information System (GIS) database for the city linking vital infrastructure data to the city's maps.
The City of Kirksville stormwater design criteria should serve as a guide for most stormwater improvements for drainage areas less than 240 acres. Engineering Consultants for private developers are encouraged to use and follow the practices and procedures outlined in the criteria. Drainage calculations are required in the submittal process for development approval that is reviewed by the Engineering Department.
Based on the stormwater runoff and impacts to the downstream storm sewer system, certain developments may require stormwater detention design. These guidelines and standards provide a uniform design method that is consistent with the state and federal highway standards and utilize products produced from local industrial manufacturers.
City Hall, 2nd Floor
201 S. Franklin St.
Kirksville, MO 63501
Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Adam Dorrell, P.E., City Engineer