During the May 11 Windsor Town Board meeting, Mayor Paul Rennemeyer signed a proclamation declaring May 17 through May 23 as National Public Works Week. National Public Works Week takes place every May and recognizes the large impact public works employees have on their community.
The Town of Windsor’s Public Works department is made up of six divisions—Streets, Water Distribution, Sewer Collection, Stormwater Maintenance, Facilities and Fleet. Town staff maintains 263 miles of streets by providing snowplowing, street sweeping and fixing potholes. They clean and provide upkeep for all town facilities and perform maintenance and repair for town vehicles. Also, Public Works staff runs the town waste water treatment center, which on average treats 1.7 million gallons daily.
Public Works staff often work behind the scenes to keep the town up and running. Their work allows the Town of Windsor to keep moving forward. Thank you to our Public Works employees. Your hard work benefits all of us.
For more information about the Town of Windsor Public Works Department, visit windsorgov.com/publicworks.