The Public Works Department provides many essential city services, such as recycling, rough trash collection, bulky item pickup, street maintenance, traffic sign and signal maintenance, street lighting and other essential services.
The Public Works Department also ensures that the city's roadways, streets, drainage, and other infrastructure are safe, clean, and attractive. The men and women of this department also maintain the city fleet, from riding lawn mowers to fire trucks, and operate the waste and wastewater treatment facilities.
This department supports other city operating departments with cost-effective planning, design, construction, operation and maintenance of all public facilities, physical assets and city-owned public infrastructure.
Public Works Department
103 Wrightsboro Road
Grovetown, Ga. 30813
Michael Woods, Director of Public Works for the City of Grovetown, leads this department of 38 dedicated employees.
Woods started his career with the City in August 2001, when he was hired as parks and recreation supervisor. He was promoted to Director of Public Works in November 2006 after the retirement of Wayne Newman. He also assumed responsibility for the Water and Wastewater Department in September 2007.
Michael was born and raised here in Grovetown and has resided here most of his life. He and his wife Rose were married in 2003, and they both enjoy spending their free time fishing and camping.
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