The Public Works Department facility, which includes the Parking Programs Office, is open to the public.  Office hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, except for City Holidays. 


The Public Works Department’s purpose is to develop and maintain the City’s infrastructure, buildings, grounds, and vehicular equipment, and provide specialized community services, such as tree care, recycling service, and parking management. Public Works operates in partnership with the community to develop and maintain its publicly-owned physical assets.

The Department is comprised of a Director who provides direction for three divisions:

  • Administrative Services
  • Engineering
  • Operations

The Administrative Services Division is responsible for centralized administrative functions of the Department; management of the City’s parking system including enforcement, collection, and meter maintenance; payroll, accounts payable, purchasing; data analysis; public information;  environmental sustainability, and the multi-family recycling program.

The Engineering Division implements the City’s Capital Improvement Program and constructs capital projects that serve to support City Council goals. The Division also provides engineering review of private design and construction activities to make sure they conform to City requirements, and manages contract maintenance services for City street, sidewalk, sanitary sewer, storm sewer, surface drainage, traffic control, and environmental quality control systems.

The Operations Division is responsible for maintaining City infrastructure such as asphalt pavements, alleys, sanitary and storm sewers, and traffic signals and streetlights within the City. This Division is responsible for fleet management including vehicle purchasing and maintenance.  This Division also maintains trees in City rights-of-way, provides concrete repairs on City streets and sidewalks, and administers the Encephalitis Control program. This Division provides snow and ice control, monitors yard waste pick-up programs, and ensures vegetation maintenance on City rights-of-way.