- Water & Sewer
- Refuse & Trash
- Street & Street Sign Repair
To report issues with your Waste Management trash collection, please call 1-800-284-2451, Option 1.
To report a water leak or street issue, please call 601-932-3520.
The City of Pearl Public Works Department works closely with the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality and the Mississippi State Department of Health to stay in compliance with all current regulations.
Boil Water Notices:
5.22.23: Public Works has restored service to King Heights and replaced a damaged hydrant. The area has a precautionary boil water alert until Thursday, May 25.
Click to view the Current Waste Management Contract
Click to view the 2022 CCR Water Quality Report (issued May 2023)
Click to view FINAL PUBLIC NOTICE of Pine Park Hazard Mitigation Project from FEMA
The City of Pearl will clean out culverts and ditches when drainage of city streets is compromised. To report a problem, please call the Public Works Department at (601) 932-3520.
Bulky Items should be taken to the City Compactor at 201 Compactor Road.
The city also encourages you to donate unwanted items (in good condition) to one of the many local churches or charitable organizations.
Hours of Operation
Tires, fuel containers, flammable liquids, limbs, paint and computers MAY NOT be dumped at the Compactor station. Rates are as follows:
(not to exceed 16ft. in length)
(not to exceed 24 ft. in length)
|Small 1 ton truck||$40||$90||$140|
|Flat bed truck with dump||$85||$170||$260|
Tips & Guidelines You May Not Know:
- Homeowner’s Guide to Septic Tanks
- Top 10 Septic Tank Tips
- Proper Management of UnderGround Oil & Fuel Tanks (Oil Change Shopes & Gas Stations):
- Disposal of Used Motor Oil
- EPA Guidelines on Proper use of Grease Traps in Food Service Facilities
- Use and Proper Disposal of Harmful Materials
2418 Old Brandon Rd
Pearl, MS 39208
Old Whitfield Rd. Closed at Airport Rd. for Sewer Line Installation 2.21.23
Old Whitfield Rd. at Airport Rd. is closed to local traffic only as contractors install sewer lines. Customers can get to Harvey’s Fish Hut. Please use Allen Stuart Dr. as a detour or you can access Old Whitfield Rd. from the west at Pearson Rd. The project is estimated to take one month.