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Press Release

National Public Works Week 2018

Posted: May 10, 2018
Location: Tracy, Calif.

During the week of May 20 -26, 2018, the City of Tracy will celebrate National Public Works week as a way of recognizing and honoring the men and women of its Public Works Department. Displays depicting the service and functions of Tracy’s Public Works Department will be placed in the lobby of Tracy City Hall. A special public service announcement highlighting the contributions of Tracy’s Public Works staff will air on the City’s government and education access station Channel 26 and shared on the City’s social media sites.

The theme for this year’s National Public Works Association Week (NPWA) is The Power of Public Works. From the moment Tracy residents wake up in the morning, to the time they finish their day at home, the City of Tracy Public Works Department is enhancing resident’s lives.

“This year’s theme speaks to the power, obligation and opportunity we in Public Works have to positively impact the lives of those we serve – residents, businesses and visitors alike. The City’s Public Works staff responds 24/7 to emergencies and the public’s needs. Our staff helps resolve customer’s concerns, and maintain and repair every aspect of Tracy’s infrastructure and facilities. They perform this work often in very difficult situations and environments. National Public Works Week is a great time to thank them all for their service to the community,” notes Don Scholl, Tracy’s Public Works Director.

Tracy’s Public Works staff is responsible for the care and maintenance of City streets, sidewalks, traffic signage, urban forest, landscapes, parks, sports facilities, public buildings, and underground utilities such as drinking water lines, waste water lines and storm water conveyance system. They also maintain City vehicles and heavy equipment. All these tasks, performed with the customer’s best interests in mind, make Tracy a great place to live, work and play.

During the May 1, 2018 City Council meeting, Mayor Robert Rickman delivered a proclamation in honor of Public Works Week. For more information, visit the City of Tracy website at www.cityoftracy.com.

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