The Engineering Department is responsible for the planning and design of current and future needs regarding the city's infrastructure. Infrastructure is defined as the city's roadways, water systems, sewer systems, storm drain systems, parks, buildings and other city facilities. The City Engineer's Office collaborates with businesses, citizens, city government and state departments on the city’s infrastructure design and construction.
In addition to implementing and administering the provisions in the City's Code of Ordinances and state/federal regulations relating to city infrastructure design and construction, flood plain management and storm water quality, the Engineering Department is also responsible for the issuance of paving and utility construction permits and the review and approval of plans for new construction and reconstruction throughout the city.
City Engineer: F. Robert Carr, Jr., P.E.
Civil Engineer: Christoper Robinson
Engineering Technician: Loyd Bell
Infrastructure Inspector: Chuck Miller
Administrative Assistant: Vickie Bump
The Public Works Department is responsible for the maintenance and improvements of the city’s infrastructure as it pertains to the city's roadways, water systems, sewer systems, storm drain systems, parks, buildings and other city facilities.
Public Works Director: F. Robert Carr, Jr., P.E.
Public Works Field Operations Supervisor: Gary Head