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Beach Grove Public Works

5520 Churchman Ave, Indianapolis, IN, 46203

Phone: 317-788-4982

Bloomington Public Works

401 N Morton St, Bloomington, IN, 47404

Phone: 812-349-3410
Fax: 907-543-5590

Brazil Public Works

503 W National Ave, Brazil, IN, 47834

Phone: 812-448-8501
Fax: 812-446-0337

Elkhart Public Works

1201 S Nappanee St, Elkhart, IN, 46516

Phone: 574-293-2572
Fax: 574-293-7658

Evansville Public Works

1 NW Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard, Evansville, IN, 47708

Phone: 812-436-4988
Fax: 812-436-4981

Fort Wayne Public Works

200 E Berry St, Fort Wayne, IN, 46802

Phone: 260-427-1112

Franklin Public Works

796 S State St, Franklin, IN, 46131

Phone: 317-736-3640
Fax: 317-736-6709

Greenwood Public Works

367 S Washington St, Greenwood, IN, 46143

Phone: 317-888-1254
Fax: 317-887-5715

Hammond Public Works

5925 Calumet Ave, Hammond, IN, 46320

Phone: 219-853-6382
Fax: 219-853-6641

Hammond Public Works

601 Conkey St, Hammond, IN, 46324

Phone: 219-853-6431
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Highland Public Works

8001 Kennedy Ave, Highland, IN, 46322

Phone: 219-972-5083
Fax: 219-972-5085

Lafayette Public Works

20 N 6th St, Lafayette, IN, 47901

Phone: 765-807-1021

Lake County Public Works

2293 N Main St, Crown Point, IN, 46307

Phone: 219-755-3185
Fax: 219-755-3053

Lawrence City Public Works

9001 E 59th St, Indianapolis, IN, 46216

Phone: 317-545-5566

Merrillville Public Works

13 W 73rd Ave, Merrillville, IN, 46410

Phone: 219-769-6784
Fax: 219-756-8005

New Albany Public Works

311 Hauss Sq, New Albany, IN, 47150

Phone: 812-948-5333
Fax: 812-948-6803

Pendleton Town Public Works

119 W State St, Pendleton, IN, 46064

Phone: 765-778-4100

Plainfield Public Works

986 S Ctr St, Plainfield, IN, 46168

Phone: 317-839-3490
Fax: 317-838-3717

Richmond Public Works

50 N 5th St, Richmond, IN, 47374

Phone: 765-983-7237

Schererville Public Works

540 Kaeser Boulevard, Schererville, IN, 46375

Phone: 219-322-6688
Fax: 219-864-1628
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South Bend Public Works

227 W Jefferson Boulevard, South Bend, IN, 46601

Phone: 574-235-9251

Syracuse Public Works

310 N Huntington St, Syracuse, IN, 46567

Phone: 574-457-3229

Wabash Public Works

700 S Carroll St, Wabash, IN, 46992

Phone: 260-563-2941
Fax: 260-569-9406
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About Public Works

The Public Works Department is responsible for city street maintenance; street lighting; city fleet maintenance; garbage pick-up; recycling; engineering planning, design & construction, traffic planning, engineering & management; development review; and capital improvement program project delivery. They include public buildings (municipal buildings, schools, hospitals), transport infrastructure (roads, railroads, bridges, pipelines, canals, ports, airports), public spaces (public squares, parks, beaches), public services (water supply, sewage, electrical grid, dams) and other, usually long-term, physical assets and facilities.

Public works is a multi-dimensional concept in economics and politics, touching on multiple arenas including: recreation (parks, beaches), aesthetics (trees, green space), economy (goods and people movement, energy), law (police and courts), and neighborhood (community centers, social services buildings). Essentially, it represents any constructed object that augments a nation's physical infrastructure.

Municipal infrastructure, urban infrastructure, and rural development usually represent the same concept but imply either large cities or developing nations' concerns respectively. The terms public infrastructure or critical infrastructure are at times used interchangeably. However, critical infrastructure includes public works as well as facilities like hospitals, banks and telecommunications systems and views them from a national security viewpoint and the impact on the community that the loss of such facilities would entail.

Furthermore, the term public works has recently been expanded to include digital public infrastructure projects. The first (US) nationwide digital public works project is an effort to create an open source software platform for e-voting