Our mission is to support Aberdeen's citizens, property owners, and government through:
- 1. Stewardship of public infrastructure, facilities, and environment.
- 2. Engineering and construction of capital improvements.
- 3. Planning for long-term sustainability.
- 4. Excellent customer service.
The Public Works Department is responsible for the municipal services that provide domestic water supply and distribution, stormwater control, streets, sewerage collection and treatment, and engineering.
These services provide the framework upon which a community is built.
The Public Works Department is committed to providing a service level that will allow Aberdeen to grow and prosper.
Notices and News
Tax Collection for Transportation Projects to Expire - Proposed 10-Year Extension
In October 2012, the City established a Transportation Benefit District – TBD for short, and sometimes referred to as the Transportation Improvement Fund or TIF – for the improvement of city streets, and in February 2013, Aberdeen voters approved a six-year 0.13% sales tax increase* to fund the TBD. With the six-year TBD tax collection set to expire in June 2019, the City Council has recommended that a 10-year extension of TBD tax collection go before Aberdeen voters in the February 2019 election...[details here]
Aberdeen Flood Relief Projects
For the latest information regarding flood control projects affecting the citizens of Aberdeen please visit our web page on the Washington State government website...........[details here]
Aberdeen and Hoquiam receive $2.5 million for funding of North Shore Levee Design.
The Washington State Legislature approved a 2018 supplemental capital budget that includes $2.5 million for the Aberdeen-Hoquiam North Shore Levee project. With $2.1 million previously funded by the Chehalis River Basin Flood Authority, the project now has a total of $4.6 million in State funding, the full amount needed to complete design and permitting. This funding allows the project to stay on schedule for developing cost estimates in 2018 in time to make a 2019-2021 capital budget request for construction funding. Design is scheduled to be complete in 2019......learn more]
WSDOT Title VI Annual Report
Washington State Department of Transportation Title VI Annual Report for Local Agencies Under 100,000 in Population......[
Small Public Works Roster
City of Aberdeen uses the Small Public Works Roster for Contractors, Consultants and Vendors on projects under $300,000.00......[
|Rick Sangder||Public Works Director||Phone: (360) 537-3228|
|Kris Koski||City Engineer||Phone: (360) 537-3218|
|Beth Troseth||Office Assistant II||Phone: (360) 537-3224|
|Kathy Orth||Public Works Accountant||Phone: (360) 537-3219|
Department of Public Works offices are located on the Second Floor of City Hall at 200 E. Market Street, Aberdeen, WA 98520.