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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. Point of contact: Jenifer Wilkins 726-2941

  • 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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Streets closed, trash pickup will be early Friday
April 16, 2014 - Because Gloucester Street and Dewey Avenue - between Gloucester and Victoria Boulevard - will be closed Friday, April 18, from 8 a.m.-4 p.m., trash pickup on those streets will take place between 7 a.m. and 8 a.m.
Touch a Truck event a success
More than 2,000 people attended the 2nd annual Touch a Truck event May 18, 2013, taking advantage of the chance to get up close with a wide range of "trucks" from the city's Public Works department. Photos
Salt Ponds Inlet Dredging Notice
A notice to proceed was issued today to the contractor to dredge by hydraulic or mechanical method to a maximum allowable depth of -9 feet mean low water approximately... Additional Info...
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