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Doran Cote
Public Works Director



6301 Shingle Creek Pkwy.
Brooklyn Center, MN  55430

Ph: (763) 569-3340
Fx: (763) 569-3440

Hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
The Public Works Department is composed of the following areas:
  • Capital Maintenance Building Improvements: In 2007 the City approved an 18-year Capital Maintenance Building Plan that includes short and long-term building and facility improvements. Improvements are included with the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) and adopted by the City Council as part of the Annual Budget.
  • Central Garage Maintenance: The primary function of the Central Garage is to provide ongoing maintenance to all the City's fleet vehicles including plows and dump trucks, mowers, street sweepers and asphalt patch trucks, police squads, fire engines, and staff vehicles.  The Central Garage also services minor equipment such as chainsaws and weed-whips, trailers, pumps, and generators. 

    The Central Garage acts as a central support hub and fueling station for all of the City's parks, trails, streets, and utility maintenance crews as well as working in conjunction with the Fiscal and Support Services Department to ensure all City departments are provided detailed billing each month, and that vehicles are retired and replaced on a consistent and cost-effective schedule.  

    Central Garage Goals: 
    • Perform routine and preventive maintenance for the City's vehicles and capital equipment.
    • Complete an average of 1,700 maintenance and repair orders annually.
    • Replacement of City vehicles and equipment as scheduled.
    • Administration of Central Garage functions including replacement, repair and maintenance.
    • Continue to provide departments with monthly detailed billings and cost accounting for all operating costs.
  • Engineering
  • Forestry 
  • Park/Trail Maintenance 
  • Public Utilities 
  • Street Maintenance
  
Responsibilities
Our responsibilities to residents and visitors include providing for the maintenance and operations of 120 miles of City streets, 522 acres of parks and other natural areas, 47 miles of sidewalks, 21 miles of multi-use trails and municipal-owned buildings and ground, as well as storm drains and all aspects of water and sewer operations.


Statistics

    City of Brooklyn Center 
        8.52 square miles

    Population 
        30,770 (2015 Census)

    Parks 
        350 acres mowed weekly
        4 baseball fields    
        16 softball fields
        19 playgrounds
        8 tennis courts
        6 park shelters
        13 picnic shelters
        6 general skating rinks
        6 hockey rinks
        5 soccer/football fields
        17 basketball courts
        1 archery range
        18 irrigation systems

    Sanitary Sewer
        10 lift stations
        2,039 manholes
        97.85 miles of sanitary sewer

    Storm Sewer
        37 stormwater ponds
        90.14 miles of storm sewer
4,765 miles of storm drains
Sidewalks
    45.7 miles owned by the City
    1 mile owned by Three Rivers Park District  

Streets
    122.9 miles total
    105.6 miles Municipal
    10.8 miles State
    6.5 miles County

Traffic Counts
    1-94/694 130,000+ Vehicles per day
    Brooklyn Boulevard (at 69th Ave. and I-94) 40,000+ Vehicles/day

Traffic Signs
    5,001 signs
    51.7 miles striping

Trails 
    16.62 miles owned by the City 
    6.95 miles owned by Three Rivers Park District 

Water Main
    119.57 miles
    9 wells
    3 million gallons of water stored in 3 water towers
    869 hydrants
    2,100 valves
    8,962 metered connections
    Average 1 billion gallons of water pumped a year


TH 252 CORRIDOR STUDY 
To learn more about this study being performed in cooperation with the City of Brooklyn Park, Met Council, Metro Transit and MnDOT, follow the link to the TH 252 Corridor Study webpage. 

CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
For more information about City construction projects, follow this link to the Construction Projects webpage.

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