At the DPW, we strive to provide a professional Public Works organization that will offer quality infrastructure and services in a sustainable way that will contribute to making Sheboygan a desirable place to work, live, and play. Our mission is to improve the quality of life by effectively developing, maintaining, and improving the infrastructure, natural resources, and community services.
Department of Public Works Goals
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As residents are preparing for social distancing and self-isolation, please be aware of what types of products can be flushed down your toilet. Many people are choosing alternative bathroom paper products, such as wet wipes, baby wipes, cotton balls, and paper towels. Many of these products have marketing language that states they are flushable. However, these products are not flushable. Products other than toilet paper are not designed to be flushed down the toilet. They do not break down or disintegrate quickly enough and can clog your plumbing, your sewer lateral, and the mainline sewer. All hygiene products other than toilet paper should be thrown in the trash. A sewer back up at this time, with limited cleaning supplies available, can spread other infections virus. Please remember "No Wipes Down the Pipes."
Stay informed about the current projects that may be affecting your residence or travel routes. We appreciate the patience and understanding of our community as we work to improve Sheboygan's streets, buildings, and general appeal.
Lane closures will occur February 16 through February 19, 2021 on South 8th Street for contractor maintenance in the hydraulic room of the 8th Street Bridge.Read More
There will be regular garbage collection for today, Friday, 2/5/2021Read More
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