Public Works

The mission of the Pueblo West Department of Public Works is to provide essential Public Works services to the citizens of Pueblo West in a prompt, courteous, safe, efficient, and cost-effective manner. Public Works, through its dedicated employees, strives to plan, design, build, maintain, and operate public infrastructure in a manner that respects the environment and adequately preserves these assets for succeeding generations.
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Streets & Roads Division -719.547.5061 

The Streets and Roads Division provides the manpower and equipment to maintain the public roadway and drainage infrastructure within Pueblo West. It is the department's goal to provide quality service in a timely and cost effective manner, which helps to ensure that the infrastructure remains in the best possible condition, free from defects and safety hazards. Planned maintenance activities include, but are not limited to: pot hole patching, pavement surface repairs, sub-base repair, minor overlays, drainage maintenance, gravel road maintenance, mowing, chip seal (PDF), dust abatement (PDF) and street sweeping (PDF).

Included in this Division are snow and ice removal (PDF) and storm damage repairs. During snow removal events, personnel are scheduled 24 hours per day, as needed, to help insure the safest possible travel conditions on public roads. The Pueblo West Streets and Roads Division serves as first responders in emergency situations where Public Works Services are required.

The Division employs 13 full time employees.

Engineering Division - 719.547.9801

  - 356 S. McCulloch Blvd
The Engineering Division of Pueblo West is dedicated to maintaining and improving the quality of the community through environmentally and economically sound infrastructure preservation and growth while providing outstanding service to our customers. The Engineering Division designs and inspects public improvements constructed in Pueblo West, including streets, drainage, and traffic signals. The Division also oversees work in the right-of-way, including issuance of Excavation and Driveway Access Permits.
  • The Division is responsible for the installation of all traffic signs and pavement markings.
  • The Division employs 6 full time employees
The Division administers the Adopt a Roadway Program approved by Resolution No. 1542 (PDF). Individuals or groups willing to adopt a roadway enters into an agreement with Pueblo West whereby the District installs signs with the responsible parties name and they agree to pick up litter from both side of a roadway at a minimum of four times per year.