Public Works Services (PWS)
2900-B Business Center Drive, Alexandria, VA 22314
703.746.4488 Fax 703.519.3356
Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Public Works Services Division, which is located in the T&ES/RPCA Field Operations building located at
2900 Business Center Drive, provides maintenance and repairs for all City sewers, streets, sidewalks and fire hydrants; maintains stream beds, weirs and stream banks; maintains drainage tunnels, box culverts and storm water pollution removal facilities; maintains bridges; and conducts snow removal and flood control operations.
This division coordinates with other City agencies and other divisions within T&ES to respond to weather-related emergencies, such as heavy snowfall and rain, floods, high winds and hurricanes, and assists in both emergency management and clean-up following these events.
The Public Works Services Division also assists in the cleanup of hazardous materials and spills in the City's sewer system and streams.
to heavy rainfall and recent storms throughout the region, substantial rainwater has accumulated in short periods of time, resulting in some nuisance
flooding and sewer backups. The City is working to resolve these issues
as soon as possible, to report a sewer backup use Call.Click.Connect
or contact 703.746.HELP (703.746.4357). For more information visit: www.alexandriava.gov/Flooding.
FY 2016 Paving Program
The City of Alexandria maintains and manages more than 560 lane miles of streets annually. In fiscal year 2016 City Council increased the City's paving budget to $5,600,000, a 25% increase over FY 2015. Additionally, the City participates in the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) State Revenue Sharing Program as well as leverages grant opportunities as they become available. On July 17, VDOT announced that the City will be awarded an additional $940,000 through the FY 2016 VDOT Primary Extensions Grant. This money will be used to pave sections of Duke St. as well as sections of North and South Van Dorn St. and will allow for additional paving and related sidewalk improvements to be completed this fiscal year. City staff uses an objective pavement management system to identify the condition of roads in the City, with the goal of paving the worst streets first. This year's paving program will begin in mid-July and through early fall, starting again in the spring of 2016. For detailed information about locations of paving projects and schedules, please see the information provided below.
UPDATE: FY16 Street Patching, Small Paving & Asphalt Trail Maintenance
PWS strives to provide the most updated information to minimize any inconvenience during the paving season. We will make every effort to provide accurate and timely information. Below is the schedule for street patching and small paving projects. The project activity, work hours, and three (3) week look-ahead have been provided. For information about locations of paving projects and schedules, please see the information provided below.
Pavement Management & Condition Evaluation Program
PWS uses a pavement surface evaluation and rating system to rate the surface condition of pavement throughout the City.
PWS Programs & Services