Public Works Department

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Speed Control SignageWhen you visit the welcoming mountain community of Woodland Park, with its scenic streets, beautiful parks, and inviting open spaces, you are enjoying some of the services provided by the Public Works Department.

Responsibilities

The Public Works Department is responsible for maintaining all City infrastructure and assets including streets, drainage systems, parks, buildings, grounds, and fleets. The Department is also tasked with overseeing the design and construction of all new projects developed by the City.

Structure

The Department is comprised of 18 employees within 5 unique Divisions, all working together to deliver excellent customer service and provide and maintain sustainable infrastructure and recreational facilities for the benefit and enjoyment of our community and visitors.

The Public Works Department consists of the following divisions:

  • Construction Inspection Services
  • Engineering and Administrative Services
  • Facility Maintenance
  • Fleet Maintenance
  • Street Maintenance

Communicate with Us!

To communicate questions, comments, compliments, or concerns regarding streets, traffic lights, parks maintenance, or construction projects, please call Public Works at (719) 687-5293.

The City of Woodland Park is not responsible for Highway 24 or Highway 67. If you are having issues with traffic lights or would like to report a pothole, etc. please visit the CDOT website: https://www.codot.gov/topcontent/contact-cdot. Choose TRAFFIC or HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE depending on the issue or contact them at the information listed below:

Colorado Department of Transportation
Office Hours: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday
Region 2 (South/Southeastern Colorado)
5615 Wills Blvd.
Pueblo, CO 81008
719-562-5568
Accessibility: Relay Colorado: 711 or (800-659-3656)
Click here to return to CDOT Contact Us page.