The Department of Public Works (DPW) is responsible for such services as: the design, engineering, construction and maintenance of County roads. Additionally, the department manages County airports, wastewater systems, inactive landfills and special districts. Finally, DPW provides environmental review services; private land development construction inspection; land surveying and map processing; cartographic services; solid waste planning and diversion; and ensures watershed quality and flood protection.
1,941.91 miles of roads maintained
Operate and maintain 195 traffic signals and 6,672 County owned street lights
Maintains over 432 miles of sewer mains, 5 wastewater treatment plants, 11 sewer pump stations, and 4 water systems