| Public Works|
The huge job of maintaining and expanding the City of Woodland’s transportation and utilities infrastructure falls to the Public Works Department. The pavement under our feet, the water in our glasses, the guidance of traffic signals—all of these services are the product of the great people in this department. Their objective is to deliver cost-effective public works infrastructure and services to the City of Woodland to meet both current and future needs.
The Public Works Department is divided up into several functional areas. The Infrastructure team is responsible for the effective functioning and on-going upkeep of streets, sewers, water systems, storm drains, traffic signals and more. The Fleet and Facilities Maintenance team manages, services and monitors all city-owned vehicles, equipment and facilities. The Environmental Operations team oversees the control of water pollution, water conservation programs and the recycling initiative.
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