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Public Works
 You May Not Know We Were There,
But You Would Know If We Weren’t.

 

Vision Statement:

To strive for customer satisfaction, asset preservation and quality of life for the community, by our dedication to public services, and commitment to excellence.

 

Mission Statement:

Public Works is the combination of physical assets, management practices, policies and personnel necessary for Beloit to provide and sustain structures and services essential to the welfare and acceptable quality of life for its citizens.

 


 

The Department of Public Works is made up of five divisions; Engineering, Operations, Parks & Leisure Services, Transit and Water Resources.  Staffing of the department consists of 122 full time employees, 8 part time employees and 132 seasonal employees.  Click on the division name below for more information.

 

Engineering
The Engineering Division is responsible for effective and impartial engineering services to the public and to governmental units in order to improve public safety and quality of life.
 
The Operations Division is responsible for maintaining the streets and right of ways, providing snow and ice control, operating a central store for the city, offering refuse and recycling collection and providing fleet maintenance.
 
The Parks & Leisure Services Division maintains the city park system, operates the Rotary River Center, City Cemeteries, Krueger Pool and Golf Facility, Edwards Ice and Activity Center, Grinnell Senior Center and provides recreation programs for the City. 
 
The Transit Division operates the public transit system as well as provides para-transit services to the community.
 
The City of Beloit Utilities includes the Water Utility, Sanitary Sewer Collection System, Water Pollution Control Facility, Storm Water Utility and the Environmental Program.

 

 

Beloit Services - Your Input Matters

“Beloit Services” is a mobile and online service request system for the City of Beloit, Wisconsin. “Beloit Services” allows residents to identify issues such as, pot holes and report those service requests directly to the appropriate City of Beloit staff member.   

To submit a request, Click Here

 

 

 

 

News and Notes

 


 

Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) - The City of Beloit is in the process of removing dead, hazardous Ash Trees from city right of way and properties that are infected with Emerald Ash Borer.

Homeowners are responsible for their own yard trees.  For your convenience the following list of tree companies are permitted to work in the City of Beloit. 

Baker's Tree Service                                                       Haile's Tree Service
2540 Dewey Avenue                                                    15334 W. State Hwy 81
Beloit, WI 53511                                                              Brodhead, WI 53520
608-362-3337                                                                  608-879-9014

Bellard Tree Service d/b/a Beaver Tree Service           Watkins Tree Service
4423 W. Noss Road                                                          157 Liberty Avenue
Beloit, WI 53511                                                              Beloit, WI 53511
608-362-8733                                                                 608-362-7288

Coronita's Landscaping                                              Whitney Tree Service
157 Liberty Avenue                                                          N 3137 Aebly Road
Beloit, WI 53511                                                              Monroe, WI 53566
608-362-7288                                                                 608-329-5380

Dillard's Tree Care                                    Tim's Lawn Care(Tim Treptow)
1014 Masters                                                           11441 E. County Rd MM
PO Box 597 (mailing)                                                      Avalon, WI 53505
Beloit, WI 53511
608-365-8638
 

For additional information about emerald ash borer, including pictures of the common signs and symptoms of infestation, the beetle, and commonly mistaken beetles, please  click [here]

 


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Last updated 12/20/2017 9:16:30 AM