Harrisonburg Public Works will host an open house at the Simms Center where the public may learn more and ask questions about roadway reconfiguration projects and learn specific details about projects proposed for summer 2023.
Projects for multiple improvements to South Main Street in the vicinity of the I-81 Exit 243 interchange to Mosby Road.
This project addresses multiple safety concerns on the Port Republic Road corridor between Hunters Rd and Devon Lane, as identified in the Port Republic Road Safety and Operations Study
This project extends the eastbound Port Republic Road left turn lane at Bluestone Drive from 100' of storage for vehicles to 300'.
The project realigns University Blvd between the old convocation center parking lot and Forest Hill Road at the Oak Hill Drive intersection.
Join the city for a public forum to discuss the Downtown Streetscape Plan at City Council Chambers (409 South Main Street).
The Public Works Department maintains over 300 lane miles, 42.37 miles of public sidewalk, 250 miles of curb and gutter, and hundreds of acres of city right-of-way. Public Works strives to ensure a safe, clean and clear passageway for all vehicular and pedestrian traffic.
City streets, sidewalks, stormwater systems, traffic signals, pavement markings, and signage that are maintained by the City's Public Works Department.
The City wants to enhance the quality of life of our citizens by providing efficient public services through operating and maintaining city property.
The mission of the Public Works Department is to enhance the quality of life of our citizens by providing efficient public services, protecting the public interest with good environmental policies, enforcing codes, and constructing, operating and maintaining the City's infrastructure.