Public Works

Public Works

The Department of Public Works establishes and maintains Pontiac's infrastructure; providing its citizens with roads, storm drains, public buildings and public parks.

DPW is working hard to keep our streets safe and clean. Click here to read the report of hundreds of potholes that have been repaired and streets that have been swept.

DPW UPDATES
Free Landfill Day Added - June 19, 2021!
575 Collier Rd., Pontiac Michigan
8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Click here for guidelines

Closed to the Public

 For information on essential services please call 248-758-3600 or see the city website at www.pontiac.mi.us

ROAD CLOSURES
Southbound US-24 (Telegraph Rd.) Ramp to Orchard Lake Road
July 24th-26th
SB US-24 to SB Old Telegraph Road will be closed for sidewalk work. Also the right lane of NB US-24 at Old Telegraph Road will be closed. Detour: No posted detour. Alternate route suggested to use SB US-24 to Fairfax Avenue crossover to NB US-24 back to Old Telegraph Road.
Click here for a map of the suggested detour

Walton Boulevard Lane Closures
Walton Blvd. lane closures between  Baldwin Avenue and Silver Lake Rd. May 17th through August 31st.
Click here for details, maps and detours.

Road Closure on South Saginaw St.
South Saginaw Street will be closed south of Pike St. due to special events on Lot 9.:
• July 24 & 25: 11 AM on July 24 to 2 AM on July 26

Parks, Streetlight & Road Projects Update Reports
Each week, DPW will be providing a report regarding the maintenance of the City's streetlights.
Click here for this week's Streetlight reportClick here for this week's Road Projects reportClick here to read the report about our City Parks

2015 Department of Public Works Annual Report
Click here to download the 2015 Department of Public Works Annual Report

potholereport snowtreereport snowReport streetlightreportStormReport

Office Location:

47450 Woodward Ave, 1st Floor
Pontiac MI 48341

Business Hours:

Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Telephone Number:

(248) 758-3600

DPW Administrator :

 

City Engineer :

Abdul  Siddiqui

 

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