Public Works Director
#12 Seventh Avenue
Page, AZ 86040
|U.S. Mail Address:
City of Page
|Express Mail Address:
Page City Hall
The Public Works Department provides quality service to the citizens of Page and visitors through the management of facilities; parks, cemetery, and trails; streets; fleet maintenance; sanitation and recycling; and information technology. The Public Works Department endeavors to provide conditions considered safe and attractive. The Public Works Department performs in such a manner as to ensure the long-term performance of the City's infrastructure.
The Public Works Department Facilities Division maintains all City owned facilities in a manner that provides a quality work atmosphere for City employees and which is conducive to productive interaction with City business owners, contractors, the general public, tourists, and other visiting agencies and vendors.
The Public Works Department Parks Division attentively addresses the needs of municipal landscaped areas to include City parks, cemetery, and trails and strives to present the City of Page as a clean, well-maintained environment. The Public Works Parks Division promotes a safe and enjoyable experience for people utilizing the outdoor recreational facilities provided by the City.
The Public Works Street Division maintains streets, rights-of-way, pathways, and associated drainage and signs to provide safe and efficient travel for the citizens of Page and visitors to the City. The Public Works Street Division responds to community needs and develops operational plans to provide the level of service expected in the community within its budgetary limitations.
The Public Works Department Fleet Maintenance Division performs and manages maintenance of all the equipment, cars, trucks, and other vehicles in the City fleet. The Public Works Fleet Maintenance Division strives to maintain the fleet in operating condition and appearance in order to present a positive image of the staff and operations of the City of Page.
The City contracts with Allied Waste Systems for all collection and disposal services. The Public Works Department is actively involved in designing a recycling program for the City of Page.
The term infrastructure is used throughout the world to describe the assets of a community that include roads, sidewalks, alleys, street signs, pavement markings, traffic lights, storm water drainage facilities, swimming pools, museum structures, and other public buildings.