Public Works Maintenance
Public Works & Planning
FY 2021-22 Budget
The Public Works Maintenance/Sewer Division is responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of public streets, sidewalks, traffic signals, street lights, storm water systems and public facilities. The Division also manages roadway weed and litter control and graffiti abatement; participates in the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Storm Water Program; and are the first responders to sanitary sewer overflows. The Division also manages the landscape, facility janitorial and HVAC maintenance contracts.
The Division is composed of one Maintenance Supervisor and two Maintenance Technicians, overseen by the City Manager.
The FY 2021-22 Public Works Maintenance revenues budget is $962,000 with $942,000 in sewer operations (Fund 81) and $20,000 in General Fund (Fund 11) reimbursement. The sewer fees collected offsets the sanitary sewer operating cost of $1.13 million. The "Sanitary Sewers" operating budget can be found within Expenses > Professional & Contractual Services in the table below.
The total "Revenues Less Expenses" for FY 2021-22 Budget is $1.49 million and is supported by non departmental General Fund revenues.
The FY 2021-22 Public Works Maintenance budget is $2.48 million, or $523,000 more than FY 2020-21 Estimated Actuals. The main reason for the increase is related to the restoration to pre-Covid pandemic service levels. As part of the Covid-19 pandemic deficit reduction strategy, the Public Works Maintenance operation reduced contributions to the 115 trust to reduce OPEB and pension liabilities ($68,000), reduced the use of contract services ($242,000), and halted the vehicle replacement contribution ($62,000).
The FY 2021-22 budget includes $50,000 allocated for a sewer fees consultant. The consultant will assist the Town is developing funding strategies in preparation for future major sewer infrastructure repairs and rehabilitation.
Expenditure by Categories
Expenditure by Funds
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