The Public Works Department has the responsibility to protect, preserve, and maintain the City of Alpharetta’s infrastructure with a focus on traffic control, city streets, stormwater, sidewalks, and conservation. Included below is a sampling of fiscal year 2013 workload and performance measures for the Engineering and Public Works Department that track our efforts and corresponding results toward optimizing the ability of our infrastructure to meet community needs. In addition to focusing on the city’s infrastructure, the Public Works Department is dedicated to environmental sustainability.
During fiscal year 2013, Public Works coordinated 25 environmental education events/workshops that included 1,040 volunteers and over 1,600 attendees. Additionally, the Department hosted 6 recycling events that facilitated the recycling of over 48,000 pounds of paper, electronics, and household material, equating to 24 tons of recyclables. The Public Works Department is committed to the protection, preservation, and improvement of our city’s infrastructure and guiding quality growth to ensure a productive and bright future for our community.
Public Works Performance Summary:
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Volunteers Needed To Help Promote The Wild Side of Alpharetta
Alpharetta Offering Workshop For Septic Tank Homeowners
Alpharetta Seeks Certification As Community Wildlife Habitat
Alpharetta Offers Household Hazardous Waste and Paint Collection