Welcome to the City of Woodland Park Public Works Department!
When 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.
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 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 Department is also tasked with overseeing the design and construction of all new projects developed by the City.
Phone: (719) 687-9246
The Public Works Department consists of the following Divisions:
- Facility Maintenance
- Street Maintenance
- Fleet Maintenance
- Construction Inspection Services
- Engineering and Administrative Services
Under the direction of the Facility Maintenance Crew Chief, the 6-person crew of this division maintains all City-owned buildings, City parks, trails, and open spaces. This division provides for facilities systems and components maintenance, repair, and replacement, as well as custodial, electrical, carpentry, plumbing, and electronic system support for all City-owned facilities and assets. Additional responsibilities include snowplowing (critical City sidewalks and parking areas), flower planting and care, turf maintenance, median beautification, sidewalk and trail clearing and maintenance, and meticulous care of other public areas and green spaces at all City facilities. The Facility Maintenance division also hangs all seasonal/holiday lighting and decorations and provides maintenance of the ice rink at the Meadow Wood Sports Complex.
Under the direction of the Street Maintenance Crew Chief, the 7-person crew of this division maintains all 57 miles of City streets, including street sweeping, snow removal, and street maintenance projects which consist of asphalt overlays, chip seals, reconstruction, striping, and pothole patching. This division also repairs and replaces street signs and maintains all City-owned stormwater and drainage system infrastructure.
Click for the City’s Snow Plow Policy
Under the direction of the Fleet Maintenance Crew Chief, the 2-person crew of this division provides all maintenance and procurement for over 100 administrative vehicles, police vehicles, heavy and light trucks and equipment, and any other duties that require the skills of a mechanic. The division employs an extensive preventative maintenance program for all City equipment.
Construction Inspection Services
The Construction Inspection program provides construction project inspections, stormwater inspections, consultant management, signage control and inventory, and development review functions.
Engineering and Administrative Services
The Engineering Services division provides all City engineer services, signage control, capital project development, design, procurement and construction management, consultant management and development review functions. The City Engineer provides services to all other departments and assists the Planning Department with Floodplain Administration.
The Administrative Services program provides department-specific public relations, cost-accounting, contracts, budgeting analysis and forecasting; execution, purchasing and billing functions.
- 2018 City of Woodland Park Pavement Present Status and Recommended Work Program
- 2019 State Wide Transportation Infrastructure Summary
- Snow Plow Policy
- Drainage Criteria Manual
- Stop signs for speed control
- H.A.W.K. Pedestrians Signal Information (High-intensity Activated Cross Walk)
– Located on Highway 24 and Center Street
- Wildfire Hazard Mitigation Resources
Request for Proposal
The City of Woodland Park has partnered with BidNet as part of the Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System to post bid opportunities to this site. As a vendor, you can register with the Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System and be sure that you see all available bids and opportunities. By selecting automatic bid notification, your company will receive email notification whenever the City of Woodland Park posts a bid opportunity that matches your company’s business. In addition, the site handles bid opportunities, RFPs, and RFQs for other member governmental agencies throughout Colorado and Wyoming.
If you need help registering, please call the Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing support department toll free 1-800-835-4603 option #2.
Click here for City of Woodland Park Open Solicitations
Click here for Too Vendor Registration
- Bid Solicitation Information
- On-Call Engineer and GIS Services
- 2019 On-Call Engineering and GIS Services FAQ
Report a Problem
Please email or call the Public Works Assistant at 687-5293 to communicate inquiries, complaints and compliments regarding streets, traffic lights, construction projects, etc.