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​Mission: The Public Works Department utilizes a skilled, engaged workforce to enhance the quality of life for Charlotte County residents by continually improving infrastructure and providing services in a cost effective manner to meet the needs of the community.
The Public Works Department maintains roadways, traffic lights and signs, bridges, navigable public waterways and stormwater infrastructure in unincorporated areas of Charlotte County while protecting and preserving the environment. The Department further provides solid waste services including operation of the Landfill, manages the Mosquito and Aquatic Weed Control Programs, operates and maintains the Indian Spring and Lieutenant Carl Bailey Cemeteries, maintains historical cemeteries and manages landscaping projects throughout the County.
  • Maintenance & OperationsRight-of-Way Mowing | Brush/Tree Overgrowth | Drainage Problem | Obstruction in Roadway | Street Sweeping | Roadway Grading | Sidewalk Damage | Sinkhole | Pothole/Roadway Damage | Cemeteries
  • EngineeringProject Status Updates | Survey & Mapping | Excavations & Earthmoving | Stormwater Management
  • Transportation EngineeringTraffic Lights | Street Lights | School Zone Flashing Lights | Traffic Counts & Roadway Concurrency
  • Solid WasteResidential Curbside Service | Residential Collection Schedule | Cart Issues | Transfer Facilities | Hazardous Waste | Illegal Dumping | Landfill
  • Mosquito & Aquatic Weed ControlAquatic Weed Control | Common Aquatic Weeds | Mosquito Control | Spray Schedule | Spray Boundary Map | Health Issues
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