Fall brush removal will begin Monday September 19th through Friday September 30th
To maintain and preserve the city’s assets and infrastructure – including roads, bridges, parks, buildings, cemeteries, solid waste facilities, and automotive equipment – as well as protect the property of all Norwich citizens and businesses.
Our vision is to be the model public works department in Southeastern Connecticut – one that other public works departments utilize as a benchmark. The department values ingenuity, dedication, skill, and integrity.
Description of Services
The Department of Public Works is responsible for the care and maintenance of the following:
161+ miles of streets
City drainage systems, including more than 3,200 storm drains