Welcome to Public Works! We are responsible for a wide variety of functions within the City of Brewer, which include, but not limited to: street maintenance and repairs, i.e. sweeping, pavement repairs, and pothole patching; sidewalk maintenance and repairs; storm drain maintenance and repair; snow removal on roads and sidewalks; sign maintenance, repairs and replacement; pavement markings at intersections and crosswalk painting all around the City; and small scale construction projects. We provide construction support to all other City departments and co-administer paving projects with Engineering. You could say all roads eventually lead back to Public Works. . .
David Cote, Director of Public Works
Not only are we responsible for keeping the roads in good working order, we are responsible for a number of other functions:
PLEASE NOTE: Due to COVID-19 restrictions in place, the Landfill is currently closed until further notice.
Landfill hours, including the compost area, will be the first and third Saturday of each month from 7:30am to 2:00pm.
The compost and brush areas only will be open every Tuesday from 7:00am to 11:30am for residents to drop off grass clippings, leaves and brush.
Randy Stubbs, Shop Foreman, oversees two mechanics that maintain all City-owned vehicles and equipment in all City Departments. We also provide after-hours emergency repairs to City plow equipment during snow storms.
The Purchasing Agent, tracks all fuel usage and maintenance for City equipment. He is responsible for purchasing supplies for the Public Works Department and other departments. He also readies bid documents for replacement equipment, and maintains files on City equipment, along with a variety of other tasks.
Sewer Line Maintenance:
Two SSES (Sewer System Evaluation Study) Technicians work out of the Public Works Department in conjunction with Waste Water Pollution Control, cleaning and inspecting sanitary sewer lines through the City.
During to these difficult times the City of Brewer has made modifications to the Spring Cleanup program. Click here to view the SPECIAL 2020 Spring Cleanup schedule.
Twice a year, the City gives residents of Brewer the opportunity to clean up leaves from their property and have them hauled away at no charge. The spring collection takes place at the beginning of May, along with the Spring Cleanup program, and again in mid-November. Click here to view information on the November 2019 pick up!
EXTENDED LEAF COLLECTION (2019)
The City of Brewer will be expanding the leaf collection program this fall to include brush collection. Many residents in the City have been left with a mess of downed trees and branches as a result of the wind storm on November 1st. The Brewer Public Works Department will be going through the City, starting Monday November 18, 2019 to collect the materials. Residents only need to have the materials set curbside by that Monday morning and the Public Works crew will do the rest. Please keep the bagged leaves separated from the tree waste piles so they can be collected as efficiently as possible.