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Public Works

Jackson Plaza Thomas and Hutton
Jackson Plaza in downtown Dublin was honored by the Georgia Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers with a Project of Merit Award by Thomas & Hutton

If you build it, they will come
Public works will maintain it, fuel it, and keep it beautiful. Our goal is to provide the absolute best service possible to the citizens of the City of Dublin by maintaining the infrastructure entrusted to us by Mayor & City Council. 

Location: 404 South Washington Street, Dublin, GA 31021

Hours: Monday - Friday from  8 am to 5 pm

Phone:  (478) 277-5048

Fax: (478) 272-2073

Email: woods@dublinga.org

Call Before You Dig: 811
Report an issue: MY 311 ISSUES MAP
Shawn Wood
Shawn Wood, Director of Public Works

Maintaining excellence
Public Works is responsible for Dublin's municipal cemeteries, gas, streets, water distribution, and wastewater collection.  

Our responsibilities include: maintenance of streets, right of ways, drainage, water & sewer utilities, municipal cemeteries, facilities & utility easements. We provide traffic control for all parades and events in the community as well. We are always here to help if you have problems with anything from low water pressure to tree limbs obstructing your sight at a stop sign. 


Public Works is made up of 38 full-time employees and umbrellas the compliance, construction, and maintenance of the following utility and infrastructure divisions: Cemeteries, Natural Gas, Stormwater Management, Streets, Water Distribution, and Wastewater Collection. Public Works is considered the heart of every municipality and largely influences what makes any community a great place to live, work, and visit. In Dublin, we strive to provide our citizens with the very best municipal services in order to attract business and industry to our community, keeping us green and growing. We set goals and measure our performance based on the management practices of the American Public Works Association. We are committed to training our staff through APWA and becoming an accredited agency in the coming years. 

The City of Dublin Public Works Department is aactive member in the American Public Works Association. This means that our citizens benefit from having the best public services our city can offer from nationally trained employees who follow best practices, resulting in customer service minded public works employees.