Public Works

The mission of the Public Works Department is to enhance the quality of life in the township by doing the following:
  • Maintaining the township's roads, storm and sanitary sewers, parks and other infrastructure
  • Enhancing public health through the collection and disposal of household solid wastes
  • Promoting environmentally sound living by collecting leaves and recyclable materials
  • Maximizing operations by maintaining the township's fleet of vehicles and equipment

Organizational Structure

The department is divided into several divisions under the direction of Co-Interim Directors Stephen McNelis and Mark Domenick and is supported by:

  • Administrative Assistant Leah McVeigh
  • Superintendent of Operations - Vacant as of 12/31/2016
  • Supervisor of Parks and Sewer Mark Domenick
  • Supervisor of Solid Waste and Highway Steve McNelis
  • Supervisor of Fleet Maintenance - Vacant as of 7/7/2017
The Public Works Department work crews comprise a total of 50 some hard working, dedicated equipment operators, drivers, laborers, mechanics, custodians, and other specialists.