Knightdale is joining many municipalities across the US and North America in celebrating our Public Works Department and those who make this Town tick. In honor of the Knightdale Public Works Department, Mayor James Roberson and Knightdale Town Council proclaimed Knightdale's observance of National Public Works Week between May 20th and May 26th.
Do you know what the Knightdale Public Works Crew does on a daily basis for the Town of Knightdale? It's hard to measure the amount of work that goes into maintaining a town, especially one that is growing as fast as Knightdale is. The Knightdale Public Works Crew is constantly responding to the needs of Knightdale residents, businesses, and visitors. You might only notice them when something goes wrong and they need to come fix it. For every fix these gentlemen stop everything for and to ensure a proper functioning town, there are a hundred tasks they are working through to maintain town services, amenities and facilities.
Their often thankless tasks that go unnoticed in Knightdale include:
Pick up Leaves and debris from residences
Maintain the playgrounds
Maintain all Knightdale fleet vehicles
Keep the baseball and soccer fields and tennis courts ready for play
Pick up litter all over Town
Maintain all Town buildings and facilities
Repair and maintain storm water infrastructure
Fill potholes and repair Town roads
And many more tasks!
The Knightdale Public Works Staff is a group of 12 gentlemen who truly make Knightdale a functioning community. They work hard to keep Knightdale clean and working so you can #startsomething great! We want to thank this group for everything they do for us.
National Public Works Week is observed each year during the third full week of May. Through NPWW and other efforts, APWA seeks to raise the public's awareness of public works issues and to increase confidence in public works employees who are dedicated to improving the quality of life for present and future gene
National Public Works Weeks (NPWW) is a time to celebrate the tens of thousands of men and women in North America who provide and maintain the infrastructure and service sand many other aspects, this small but strong and dedicated group makes sure everything works for you.
National Public Works Week is observed each year during the third full week of May. Through NPWW and other efforts, APWA seeks to raise the public's awareness of public works issues and to increase confidence in public works employees who are dedicated to improving the quality of life for present and future generations.