Public Works

Dan Verace
Superintendent of Public Works
Phone: 637-1060 ext. 301
Fax: 637-1062

Nick Jackson
Labor Foreman
Phone: 637-1060 ext. 302
Fax: 637-1062

Carol McNees
Public Works Coordinator
Phone: 637-1060 ext. 300

Keith Marshall
Working Foreman
Phone: 637-1060

The Department of Public Works (DPW) is located at 38 East Avenue.  The DPW is responsible for upgrading, repairing, and maintaining the village’s infrastructure, including water lines, sanitary and storm sewers, and cleaning catch basins twice a year. The DPW maintains village streets and sidewalks in all seasons, plants and prunes village trees, and does fall leaf pickup. The DPW has a mechanic to service and maintain all equipment, and seven laborers. The Department’s Water Department also has one laborer and one-meter reader. DPW responsibilities also include maintaining all of the village’s buildings’ interiors and exteriors, brush pick-up twice a year, and sweeping village streets during the warmer months. Additionally, the DPW reads water meters, flushes water hydrants and mows and maintains the village’s nine parks.

Preparing for Snow & Ice Control

The salt barn is fully stocked and treated. We treat the salt with a product that comes from the US Forestry Service and has a mixtures of wood sugars and microscopic cellulose. Once this material has been applied, it requires fewer trips out with our salter.


To see the video of the salt mixing, click the link below:



Brush & Leaf Pick-Up

The Department of Public Works will pick up brush the last full week of the month, April through October.


2024 Calendar

  • Pickup Starts April 21st
  • Pickup Starts May 27th
  • Pickup Starts June 23rd
  • Pickup Starts July 21st
  • Pickup Starts August 25th
  • Pickup Starts September 22nd
  • Pickup Starts October 20th

We understand some residents may need a truck dropped off or if you miss the monthly pickup, you can call 637-1060 to reserve a brush truck.

Please note:

 ¨ No contractor generated waste is allowed

¨ Do not put leaves in plastic bags. Leaves need to be at the curb in loose piles or in biodegradable bags only.

¨ Keep limbs under 10ft in length

¨ Do not place brush on road, in gutters, or over storm drains

¨ No construction debris or building materials

Tree Inventory

To view the most recent tree inventory of the Village, including species and diameter (DBH) clickhere.

Household Items

DPW does not pick up discarded household items. Call your garbage/trash hauler for this service.

If you have questions or concerns, please call the Department of Public Works at (585) 637-1060 Monday – Friday between 7:00 AM and 3:30 PM.

Hazardous Waste Collection

Monroe County provides a service to collect household hazardous wastes. To see a full listing of what they will dispose of, or to make arrangements to drop off your household hazardous waste, please visit their website ( or call them at (585) 753-7600. The Village participates in an annual west side Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day. The schedule and location will be posted on our website prior to the event.

Need to Dispose of Brush?

The DPW offers the use of trucks over night for village residents to fill with brush, tree cuttings, etc. The truck will be dropped off after 3:00 PM and picked up the next morning after 7:00 AM. If you know you need more than one evening to fill the truck, please reserve for a Friday and have until Monday morning. Please call 637-1060 to arrange a delivery to your driveway.


Notice a Street Light Out?

If you notice a street light out, contact the DPW at 637-1060.

If possible, please provide the address and pole number, and if the light is out or cycling.


Annual Drinking Water Reports

Annual Drinking Water Quality Report 2022

Annual Drinking Water Quality Report 2021
Annual Drinking Water Quality Report 2020