Public Works

Beginning tomorrow, October 2, Walsh Fence will begin replacement of the Greenway fencing. The removal and replacement will begin at the Rt. 34 bridge, next to the Rt. 8 on ramp, and proceed north  to Division Street.  Walsh Fence anticipates completing several hundred feet per day. While replacement is taking place the section being worked on will be closed to all pedestrian traffic. Anyone using the walkway will need to turn around when they reach the work area. The walkway will fully reopen at the completion of each work day.  Any questions or concerns during the times of construction should be directed to Derby Public Works.

Ed Armeno
Derby
Public Works

Milling Schedule ~ No Parking Schedule
Derby Police Winter Parking Regulations 

City Carting & Recycling Weather Delay Schedule

Demolition of 128-142 Main Street.pdf

Hours of Operation

Monday through Friday

March 1-October 31 -  6:00am to 2:00pm

 November 1-February 28/29 - 6:30am to 2:30pm 

Contact Us   

To report an issue or ask a question, you may contact us in one of the following ways.

49 Coon Hollow Road, Derby
Email: Derbypw@derbyct.gov
Telephone: 203-736-1468

For situations posing an immediate public safety hazard that occur outside of normal operating hours, please call the Derby Police Department at 203-734-1651

Staff

Director of Public Works:  Edward Armeno

Derby Public Works Department consists of a director, one foreman, and 12 full time employees.  Employee positions are classified as follows.

  • Maintainer II:  truck laborers
  • Maintainer III:  light equipment operators
  • Maintainer IV:  heavy equipment operators, group leader and mechanic

Additionally, the Department may use temporary, non-bargaining unit employees in the summer and fall seasons, or hire outside contractors to supplement the existing work force.

All maintainer classes, as well as outside contractors that operate city-owned heavy equipment, are required to have a valid Connecticut Commercial Driver’s License (CDL). Heavy equipment is defined as vehicles with a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of 26,001 pounds or more.

General Information

Derby Public Works Department provides a broad spectrum of services to our community, focused primarily on the maintenance and repair of city-owned infrastructure.

Our operations span just over 5 square miles and encompass nearly 40 miles of roadway.

The following is a brief overview of our primary responsibilities.

  • Maintenance of city-owned roads
  • Care and maintenance of city-owned sidewalks, parking lots, and traffic islands
  • Stormwater management
  • Collection and disposal of residential bulk trash
  • Grounds maintenance for all municipal buildings and city-owned parks
  • Street sweeping
  • Snow/ice removal
  • Athletic field and facility maintenance
  • Maintenance of the city’s flood control system including:
    • Earthen berms along the Housatonic and Naugatuck Rivers
    • Four pumping stations
    • Four railroad closure gates

167-12 to 167-27 Garbage Ordinance