National Public Works Week (May 15 through 21, 2022)
The Public Works Department plays a significant role in our daily lives, such as ensuring the roads are ready to use and water is of the highest quality and safe to drink. The department is responsible for construction, maintenance, and repair of the City’s infrastructure and grounds/facilities (i.e., repairing a streetlight, filling a pothole, trimming a parkway tree, replacing damaged sidewalk); and street, water, and sewer related emergency service (i.e., water main breaks).
Public Works Open House!
On Thursday, May 19th, 3:30 P.M. to 6:30 P.M.
At the Public Works Garage, 3S346 Mignin Drive
The event is FREE and open to public.
Celebrate and bring awareness of National Public Works Week! Meet the City’s Public Works staff, and equipment and vehicles will be on display for kids to explore! See a sewer camera drive through a pipe! Check-out the inside of a fire hydrant! Search for hidden items in sand with a locator! Also featuring a river model and water main demonstration!
APWA Fill-A-Truck Food Drive
As an effort to give back to the community, the Warrenville Public Works Department will be participating in APWA’s Fill-A-Truck Food Drive again. During the week, the department will collect food donations and household provisions for a local community food bank.
Drop off donations at City Hall - Manning Avenue entrance vestibule (3S258 Manning Avenue), any time between 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM from May 16 through May 23. Thank you in advance for your support!
Learn A Little More About Public Works on Facebook
During Public Works Week, on the City of Warrenville’s Facebook page, information, photos, and video will be posted on the department operations to offer a glimpse into the work of the Public Works.