Public Works Director: Gary Clough
201 W Poplar St.
Sidney, OH 45365
Phone: (937) 498-8141
Fax: (937) 498-8119
Public Works Organizational Structure
The Engineering Department provides construction and design services, development plan review and development inspection, and infrastructure records. There are three (3) employees in this group.
The Street Department provides repair and paving, street sweeping, leaf removal, snow and ice control, traffic signal repair, traffic control devices, and traffic signs. This department includes street maintenance, traffic control, urban forestry, and mosquito control. There are six (6) employees in this group.
The Utilities Department includes the Water Treatment Plant, The Wastewater Treament plant, Underground Utilities, Sewer Inflow & Infiltration, and Storm Water Maintenance.
The Public Works Department also oversees facility maintenance of the various municipal buildings and the Sidney Municipal Airport.
Shelby Public Transit, Fleet Maintenance, and the City's Solid Waste Program are also supervised by the Public Works Director.
The Director evaluates the efficiency, quality, and equity with which services are provided and implements needed changes, oversees capital improvements & construction contracts, and reports to and advises the City Manager on significant issues and problems involving Public Works services.
All departments are involved in the Capital Improvement needs of the community. These projects include construction and alteration of streets, sanitary and storm sewers, public buildings, treatment plants, distribution lines as well as various other Public Works assets of the City.
The intent of all Public Works employees is to serve the residents of Sidney as valued customers. Even though not all citizens’ requests are approved, our employees will attempt to: 1) listen and understand your concern, 2) politely respond to City related matters, and 3) give timely answers to questions.
Public Works Goals include:
Engineering – to provide comprehensive technical services, while completing capital projects for the City of Sidney in a safe, timely, and cost effective manner.
Streets – to maintain or improve the quality of the City’s roadways so as to provide structurally sound, passable, and safe streets.
- Provide quality service to our customers in a timely fashion
- Provide a safe and clean drinking water for all customers
- Clean and protect our environment with efficient waste treatment
– React to and protect our customers from sanitary sewer floodings
– Address all Ohio EPA Regulatory issues