Department of Public Works

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The Department of Public Works is committed to the enhancement of our community by providing superior services and effectively maintaining and improving the City's infrastructure.

The Department of Public Works serves the City of Hallandale Beach through the administration of a wide variety of functions which can be divided into four major categories: Public Works, Utilities, Engineering, and the Office of Capital Improvements.

Public Works addresses the maintenance of the City’s facilities. This includes the maintenance and repair of City buildings, the maintenance of the city’s vehicle fleet, the maintenance of City streets & sidewalks, the operation of the city warehouse, and the maintenance and operation of the municipal cemetery. Public Works also manages the collection of garbage, trash, yard waste, hazardous waste, electronics, and recyclables within the city.

Utilities addresses the operation and maintenance of the water, wastewater, and stormwater utilities, including the production and distribution of potable water, and the maintenance of all water, wastewater, and stormwater facilities in the city.

Engineering provides oversight and implementation of capital improvement programs and projects. This primarily entails programs and projects related to transportation and utilities. Engineering also manages Renewal and Replacement Programs to account for the replacement of water, wastewater, and stormwater drainage equipment.

The Office of Capital Improvements is responsible for planning, coordinating, implementing, and monitoring the design, development and construction activities related to the objectives of the City-Wide Parks Master Plan and other assigned capital projects on time and on budget. In addition, the Office of Capital Improvements prepares the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) budget and manages its capital funds.

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