The Department of Public Works is a 64-person organization (with 1 intern) dedicated to maintaining the 272 miles of city streets, 55 miles of storm sewers, 1,062 mapped stormwater injection wells and sinkholes, 226 miles of sidewalk, 23 traffic signals and 468 city vehicles and major pieces of equipment.
Our mission is to safely, efficiently and professionally enhance the quality of life for citizens of Bowling Green.
Address: 1011 College St
Hours: 7:30am - 4:30pm
The City maintains approximately 278 miles of streets and street conditions are surveyed annually by an outside consultant. The total number of lane miles to be resurfaced will vary from year to year and depends largely on the cost of asphalt, as well as existing conditions.
Every year, the Board of Commissioners approve approximately $400,000 - $500,000 annually, allowing construction of approximately 1 mile of new sidewalk. After evaluation all new sidewalk requests, the Public Works department will construct these sidewalks, as funds permit.
This streetscape project will keep the historical integrity of the downtown area and provide an opportunity for future generations to enjoy downtown Bowling Green.
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