The Public Works Department provides maintenance of the infrastructure for the City.  Their work projects include the construction and maintenance of all aspects of the street systems; work includes filling potholes, trimming trees in the right-of-way, storm drainage, street lighting, sidewalks, and snow and ice removal.  The Public Works staff is also responsible for maintaining and improving the City parks, performing facility maintenance and improvements, and assisting with many other miscellaneous services for City Staff.

The Public Works Department consists of divisions:

  • Streets
  • Park Maintenance
  • Surface Water / Stormwater
The Public Works Department mission is to promote community and environmental quality through Normandy Park’s transportation management, stormwater management, and on-going property management.  The Department is responsible for implementing the City Council-approved Capital Improvement Program by providing engineering, project management, and technical services.
The priority 1 (red) and priority 2 (blue) snow routes shown on the map are routes that maintenance staff will work to keep open throughout a snow and/or ice event.  When the priority 1 and priority 2 snow routes have been cleared, the city will begin working on the priority 3 (yellow) roads.
For plowing and/or sanding requests during an event, please contact city hall at (262)248-7603.  The city will not plow driveways or private roads.
NPDES II Municipal Stormwater Permit

Urban areas, including Normandy Park, that collect stormwater runoff in municipal storm sewers and discharge it to surface waters are required to prepare and submit a permit under the Federal Clean Water Act.

This permit – called the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Phase II Municipal Stormwater Permit – mandates Normandy Park create and implement a Stormwater Management Program (SWMP) and submit an annual report. Normandy Park’s SWMP goal is to protect water quality by reducing the discharge of pollutants from the City’s Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) to the maximum extent practicable.

The SWMP includes:

  • Public education and outreach
  • Public involvement and participation
  • Runoff control from new development, redevelopment and construction sites
  • Illicit discharge detection and elimination
  • Pollution prevention
  • Operations and maintenance

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Contact Public Works Services

Ken Courter
Public Works Director
Hours: 7:00am – 3:30pm, weekdays (206) 248-8269