Come and learn about the world of public works! This family-friendly event will give visitors a up-close look at larger-than-life vehicles, including snow plows, street sweepers, solid waste trucks with automated arms and other trucks from the fleet. This is also a great opportunity to learn about career opportunities in public works.
Activities to include:
-Touch a truck
-Craft activities provided by the Ecology Center
Join us on Saturday, Oct. 19 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Wheeler Service Center, located at 4251 Stone School Road in Ann Arbor.
Public Works is responsible for routine maintenance of the majority of the Ann Arbor's above and below ground infrastructure including: the drinking water distribution system, water meters, sanitary and storm water collection systems, streets, street lights, traffic signs and signals, fiber optic lines, parks, public trees and pedestrian paths and crosswalks. Public Works also provides essential services to the City including solid waste, recycling and compost collection.
Report a problem (A2 Fix It)
Water meter upgrades
Resident street tree planting pilot program