From street maintenance and snow plowing to refuse and leaf collection, the New Albany Public Service Department is committed to continuously improving the services we provide to residents. We take great pride in paying close attention to the details of daily living that can enhance your quality of life.
Engineering & GIS
New Albany’s engineering services are led by the engineering firm of E.P. Ferris & Associates. Engineering services include the preparation and construction inspection of all infrastructure development throughout New Albany. All plan submittals are to be forwarded to the Community Development Department, 99 W. Main Street, New Albany, Ohio, 43054. If complete, the submittal will be forwarded to E.P. Ferris & Associates for review. For more information, call 855.3913.
The City of New Albany Department of Public Service is working to better manage its streets, stormwater, water and sanitary sewers by utilizing an ARCGis geodatabase. This tool also allows staff to generate parcel data and orthogonal digital imagery.
Environmental Services & Waterways
New Albany is committed to the protection and preservation of the natural environment through the implementation of best management practices. Read on to see how New Albany staff are protecting environmentally sensitive areas of the community.
The Department of Public Service maintains waterways within public spaces and right of ways. However, our ability to sustain the natural environment and avoid flooding depends upon the assistance of property owners whose land contains or abuts a waterway.
Department staff services and repairs over 75 pieces of city-owned equipment including mowers, tractors, plows, salt spreaders, generators, pumps and the vehicles used by police, probation, building/zoning and service departments.
The Department of Public Services provides ongoing maintenance and improvements to our infrastructure to ensure your safety and protect your investment.
If you see a condition in the city that requires the attention of the Department of Public Service, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Land and Buildings
The Department of Public Service is responsible for general maintenance and improvements to city-owned lands and structures. Staff services five buildings and maintains the grounds of two cemeteries, one park, one water tower and seven properties.
As housing and commercial developments continues to grow, the Department of Public Service takes on more infrastructure responsibilities with the maintaining of fire hydrants, water lines, sanitary and storm sewer lines, streetlights and underground electrical wiring.
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