The Department of Public Works offices at City Hall have temporarily relocated to 400 N Washington St. due to City Hall Renovation Project construction activity, which will last most of 2018. Office hours will still be Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The Operations offices will remain at the Property Yard.
DPW Mission Statement "Working together to sustain and enhance our community's infrastructure and provide a safe, green and clean environment."
Message from DPW Director
The Department of Public Works (DPW) has a commitment to the public for maintaining core infrastructure and basic services for our citizens.
These commitments encompass the administration, planning, maintenance, construction management and technical engineering of the City's infrastructure including the transportation system, storm water collection system, sanitary sewer collections, solid waste/recycling management and other capital facilities.
Sink Hole Repair
Storm Sewer Vacuuming
Seasonal Leaf Collection
City Tree Maintenance
Streets and Sidewalks
Traffic Signals, Streetlights, Pavement Markings, and Street Signage
Storm Water and Sanitary Sewer
Buildings and Facilities
City Fleet & Equipment
Urban Forest and Green spaces
Solid Waste and Recycling
The Department of Public Works is structured to meet the needs of the citizens. Two core functional divisions provide all services within the City. The division preforming Public Services for Administration, Contracting, Engineering, Construction and Permitting are located at City Hall. The Operations Division is located at the Property Yard on Gordon Road in the West end of the City.
Engineering & Construction Division:
The Public Resources for Administration, Contracting, Engineering, Construction and Permitting staff provide management of numerous programs, including contractual Services, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) management, Construction Management and Permit regulatory compliance and inspection of public and private development.
Robert Goff, Superintendent of Operations heads up this division. The Operations Division is responsible for the operations and maintenance of the infrastructure, fleet and facilities. Providing services on 24-hours, 365 days a year, for emergencies and storm events. In addition to their daily operations, the crews successfully handle seasonal events, such as leaf collections, snow plowing and storm cleanup.
With the support of our citizens, the men and woman of DPW are here to serve and provide the best quality of life for the Little City.
Mike Whitfield, CCM
Director of Public Works