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In August 2021, the department attained full accreditation from the American Public Works Association (APWA).
To provide safe, integrated public buildings and community infrastructure for existing and future needs.
Our Public Works Department touches the lives of residents and visitors every day by providing for the construction and maintenance of city municipal facilities, public rights-of-way, city streets, storm drains, and traffic signals, as well as maintenance of all city vehicles. Public Works also provides engineering and technical services to both public and private capital projects.
Capital Improvement provides planning; right-of-way verification and acquisition; design; financial, project and construction management; and inspection and testing services for city-owned infrastructure projects. City infrastructure includes streets, sewer and water facilities, sidewalks, flood control and storm drainage infrastructure, traffic control, parks, trails, and city buildings.
Facilities Management supports other internal city functions by providing new or modified facilities, maintenance, modifications, improvements, and custodial services for buildings, furnishings, and amenities.
Fleet Management is responsible for procurement, preventive maintenance, repair, regulatory compliance, replacement, disposition of the vehicles and equipment, as well as the management of the City’s fuel inventory and associated storage and refueling stations.
Floodplain management plans and maintains flood control facilities; provides street sweeping; assures compliance with environmental permits, regulations, and standards; and provides emergency preparedness, response, recovery, and mitigation services.
New development provides entitlement, plan review, mapping review, verification, dedication, and vacation of rights-of-way; easement document reviews; construction inspection; and materials testing, permitting and regulatory compliance services from project development through construction for new and existing developer projects.
Property Management provides the purchase, management, operation, maintenance and repair, lease, and sale of city-owned real property.
Street Management performs condition assessments, schedule periodic maintenance, prioritizing projects, and replacement of all city owned roadways, sidewalks, curbs, gutters, medians, and appurtenances.
Traffic Management provides planning, evaluation, operation, and maintenance of the city’s traffic control network including signalized intersections, school flasher systems, streetlights, and traffic control signs.