- Public Works
The Public Works Department is committed to providing services and infrastructure in a quality manner through the use of modern engineering and management practices with a team of people dedicated to professional excellence and customer satisfaction.
We strive to accomplish these tasks efficiently, effectively and with accountability to the community we serve.
Streets & Drainage
Learn more about the planning, implementation, development, and management of the City’s streets and drainage infrastructure.
Watershed Management Division
Provides water quality protection, storm water management, and endangered species habitat protection services.
Garbage & Recycling
Information about City-provided residential and commercial solid waste and recycling collection services and events.
Greg MalatekPublic Works DirectorPhone: (830) 221-4030
Matthew Eckmann, SR/WAAssistant Director of Public WorksPhone: (830) 221-4089
John CoxStreets and Drainage ManagerPhone: (830) 221-4030
Fleet Services & Facility Maintenance
Fleet Services Overview
Fleet Services primary responsibility is to control the overall cost of operating and maintaining the City’s fleet of vehicles and equipment and to repair the fleet in a manner that extends the useful life of each vehicle. The division performs an average of 41 scheduled services and 24 unscheduled repairs per week.
The division currently provides a variety of repair and maintenance services to more than 600 fleet vehicles and pieces of equipment, from complete brake replacement and oil changes to in-depth operating system diagnosis and repair.
Contact Fleet Services at (830) 221-4047 or email: email@example.com
Facility Maintenance Overview
The Facility Maintenance Division serves just over 500 thousand square feet of City-administered buildings in various locations and functions. Facility Maintenance provides custodial and maintenance services to 12 facilities daily including the City Municipal Building, NB Public Library, Police and Municipal Court buildings, Westside Community Center and Parks Administration Buildings. Facility Maintenance also provides support services, as requested, to the New Braunfels Fire Stations and Municipal Airport.
Facility Maintenance has implemented and administers many preventative maintenance programs including all City owned standby and emergency generators, HVAC filter and coil programs, Fire Alarm Panel and Backflow Preventer test and maintenance oversight, as well as our newest preventative maintenance initiative that involves infrared scanning and documentation of various electrical and electro-mechanical systems around the city.
From custodial to building and equipment maintenance, Facility Maintenance works to ensure a clean and safe environment for citizens and city staff members alike.
Contact Facility Maintenance at (830) 221-4088 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org