Department of Public Works


The Department of Public Works is committed to providing outstanding public services in order to ensure the health and well-being of all residents in an effort to enhance the quality of life for present and future generations.

The Department of Public Works Administration is responsible for the oversight, monitoring, policy development and coordination of six major Divisions within the City.

  • Administration Division
  • Buildings & Grounds / Parks Division
  • Highways & Streets Division
  • Sanitation Division
  • Storm Water Utility Division
  • Water & Sewer Division
  • To report a problem contact the Department of Public Works Office Monday - Friday from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm at (404) 669-3778.

    M.O.S.T Important Information Special Election

    Governor Brian Kemp signed into law House Bill 160, allowing YOU, the voters of College Park, Hapeville, and East Point, to decide whether to impose a one-cent sales tax exclusively for water and sewage infrastructure improvements? If approved by voters, it is estimated that the Municipal Option Sales tax, also known as M.O.S.T Over five years, it could generate more than $14 Million in College Park for water and sewer improvements.

    Benifits of The M.O.S.T :
  • Cleaner environment with less clogs and spills
  • Reduced water loss
  • Increased water capacity for businesses and residents
  • Saves the City money on repairs.

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Illicit Discharge Information - Public Notice

The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) encourages all citizens to follow proper protocol regarding liquids and storm drains.  If liquids are not composed of 100% storm water, they should not be discharged into storm drains.

You can report violations of the EPA's guidelines by selecting one of the following:

(1) Download the iNotify App on your cellphone and report the incident.

(2) Email Raymond Cotton with College Park Public Works - [email protected].  

(3) You can also report by calling (404) 669-3778.

Illicit discharge into streams, drains and sewers can negatively affect the ecology of our great city.

Take a look:

Employees of College Park Public Works Department, Darrin Stokes, and Dernandez Rainey share the proper procedures they utilize to collect unwanted tree branches and other yard debris from your home.

Additional Links:
Sanitation, Water & Sewer "New Rate" Schedule
Right-of-Way Mowing Schedule
Clean Water Campaign-Fats, Oils and Grease Management

Timothy Lewis
Interim Public Works Director

2233 Harvard Avenue
College Park, Georgia 30337

Phone: (404) 669-3778
Fax: (404) 767-1815

Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM