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trash truckThe Public Works Division is at the heart of most road, water and waste issues in Hampton. Public Works is separated into several major divisions or services, including: 

  • Engineering Services
    • Capital Projects, Construction Standards, Utility Policy, Development Services, Improvement Projects, Waterways Management Plans, Reports, Studies and Plans
  • Solid Waste
    • Bulk Limbs; Bulk Trash; Collection Containers; Household Chemical Collection; Leaves & Grass; Recycling; Regular Garbage; Tire Recycling; Yard Waste Site; Reports, Studies & Plans
  • Stormwater
    • Catch Basins & Yard Drains; Cave-Ins; Ditches & Drain Pipes; Flooding & Stoppages; Illegal Dumping; Outfall Ditch Maintenance Schedule; Stormwater Billing.
  • Streets & Roads
    • Curbs and Gutters, Sidewalk Repair, Handicap Ramps, Road Shoulder Reshaping or Rebuilding, Potholes and Cracked Pavement, Concrete Slab Damage, Street Sweeping
    • Land Disturbance Permits - now located on the 3rd Floor of City Hall, 22 Lincoln Street, Hampton, VA 23669 in the Development Service Center. 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday thru Friday. 

  • Traffic Engineering
    • Guardrails, Moving and Hauling, Pavement Markings, Street Lights, Traffic Counts, Traffic Signal Systems, Traffic Signs
  • Wastewater
    • Sewer Overflows or Stoppages, the Fats, Oils, and Grease Program, Publications, Sewer Mapping GIS, Sewer User Fees  

  • Hampton/NASA Steam Plant
    • Completed in 1980 under a unique partnership with the federal government, the award-winning steam plant turns trash into energy.
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2014 Veterans Day closing list
Oct. 30, 2014 - Schools will be open but most city offices will be closed and there will be no recycling, refuse or yard waste collection on Veterans Day, Tuesday, Nov. 11. See closing list for more information. Closing list
Resurfacing of Pembroke Avenue expected to start Monday, Oct. 27
Oct. 22, 2014 - Basic Construction begins milling and repaving work Monday on Pembroke Avenue from Mercury Boulevard to King Street. Before work begins, notices and "no parking" signs will be distributed where residents park on the street.
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