Public Works Department

Your Public Works Crew

The Public Works Department is operated by two full-time employees, overseen by the Borough Manager.  Tip your hat at them out there when you seem them!  At times, when budgeting allows, the Borough may hire seasonal employees as well; during the summer and winter months.  Additionally, the Borough may need to sub-contract snow removal operations if severe weather incidents occur.  The Public Works crew is responsible for maintaining approximately 32 acres of Borough property.  During the winter months, your crew maintains more than six street miles of road; plowing snow and adding traction control materials.  The crew conducts Borough clean-up of facilities, parks, and streetscapes.  The Crew is also responsible for small construction projects and minor road repairs.  Regardless of the weather conditions, our public works staff is committed to maintaining the Borough and keeping the community looking clean and presentable for residents and visitors.

Street Sweeping

Street Sweeping OperationsThe Street Sweeping Program has officially started!  The first day of the program was initiated on Thursday, June 23rd, 2016.  There will be more information to fol...
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Leaf Collections

Leaf Collection Operations Leaves should be placed on the tree lawn/curbside areas for pick-up (not in the roadway, because rain events could cause the drains to clog and result in flooding). After Th...
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Snow and Ice Control

Snow and Ice Control OperationsPublic Works operates three vehicles equipped with plows and salt spreaders. Salt and cinder is applied to designated snow routes, hills and school zones when the snow b...
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Borough of Bath

121 South Walnut Street
Bath, PA 18014

(610) 837-6525

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