|Office Hours||7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday|
18 N. Jackson Street,
City Hall, Third Floor
|Contact the City|
|Meet the staff||Paul Woodard, Public Works Director|
Summary of Services
The Department of Public Works, headed by the Director of Public Works, is comprised of the following:
- Building & Development Services
- Oak Hill Cemetery
- Planning Services
- Water Utility
- Wastewater Utility.
Comprised of approximately 130 full time employees, 7 part time employees and 34 seasonal employees, the Department of Public Works is primarily responsible for administration of activities related to street rehabilitation, new and replacement sidewalk, transportation, street lights, traffic signals, construction, new development, storm water, water system, sewer system, sanitation, landfill operations, environmental assessments, planning, building and development services and park operations.
To view the Public Works organizational chart, please click the link below: