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About the Department
Marietta is Celebrating National Public Works Week - May 21-27, 2023.
See the proclamation signed by Mayor Tumlin. Signed Proclamation
The City of Marietta Public Works Department provides a quality environment for the City of Marietta and ensures that the City's roadways, streets, drainage and bridge infrastructure are safe, clean and attractive.
The Department operates to provide safe public streets, storm drainage, sanitary sewer and facility maintenance services and efficient city fleet management services in support of operating departments through cost-effective planning, designing, constructing, operating and maintaining of public facilities and physical assets. The Department manages the planning, design, construction, operation and maintenance of all city-owned public infrastructure.
NOTICE: UPCOMING CHANGES TO SANITATION SERVICES
- February 27, 2023 - New Roll cart deliveries will begin
- April 17, 2023 - Once-a-week garbage collection services will start
- Check here for More information:
- Changes to Collection Methods and Scheduling Letter
- Roll-Cart Placement instructions
Downtown Government Campus
Divisions within the Public Works Department
The Building Inspection division provides building plan review. The Division issues building, electrical, grading, heating and air, and plumbing permits; performs building, electrical, grading, heating and air, and plumbing inspections; and issues certificates of occupancy.
Engineering monitors special purpose local option sales tax (SPLOST) funds, issues utility, lane/road closure and land disturbance permits, assist citizens in dead tree determination and removal from public property and right-of-way, along with other responsibilities.
Marietta's fleet maintenance division maintains more than 600 City vehicles, including police cars, fire equipment, water and power trucks, landscaping equipment and sanitation trucks.
The Sanitation Division provides garbage, recycling and yard waste collection to residents of Marietta.
The Streets Division provides street maintenance and drainage system improvements, works on transportation improvement projects, maintains all of the city right-of-way, re-patches pavement and replaces sidewalks and driveways.
The Traffic Operations Division installs and maintains all signalized intersections and signage and markings within the City.