The Public Works Division operates under the guidance of the Board of Public Works, with a focus on assisting local communities within Washtenaw County in addressing environmental and public health issues and development needs, including:
- Lake management
- Solid waste management
- Wastewater disposal and collection
- Water treatment and supply
A description of Public Works programs and activities appears below.
View the calendar of upcoming Public Works Board meetings.
Washtenaw county has a Board of Public Works of seven members, six appointed for three-year terms, and the Drain Commissioner serving as the seventh member.
Bring your unwanted materials to the Washtenaw County Home Toxics Collection Center! View instructions for dropping off materials, hours, and directions.
Here you will find the draft plan and scheduling presentations for your local unit of government.
Become a volunteer with the ZeroWaste Washtenaw project!