Department of Public Works

Public works vehicleMission Statement

The City of Tuskegee’s Street Division is committed to protecting public health and safety while providing reliable service rendered with professionalism.

The Streets Division is committed to providing a safe street system for motorists and pedestrians.  This includes a storm cleanup, litter control, maintaining existing municipal and community parks, maintaining all city right-of ways, Lake Tuskegee-Ford, all city buildings and rendering assistance to other Divisions, through effective and efficient maintenance, with an emphasis on exceptional customer service.

In carrying out our mission, we patch pot-holes as needed and maintain a debris removal system to allow safe transportation throughout the community. In addition, we beautify the Town Square as needed for various events and holidays.

Important Reminders

  • Trash pick-up (curb-side items) should be no more than a one-half of a pickup truck load, each month. If you have more than that amount, the city will charge you one-hundred ($100.00) per load to remove curb-side items.
  • Trash (tree limbs) is supposed to be cut six (6”) inches in diameter and no longer than ten (10’) feet in length. No electrical devices, please.
  • If you have any questions pertaining to garbage, trash, pot-holes, overgrown streets, dirt streets which may needing grading or drains; call our Mr. Edward Thomas, Director at (334) 421-4799, Mr. Scott, Asst. Supervisor at (334) 339-1116.