It is the mission of the Public Works Department to provide the services needed and desired by the Eufaula citizens in an efficient, effective and timely manner while striving to preserve, improve and construct infrastructure within the city.
The Public Works Department is located in the Old McCoo Complex at 560 East Boundry Street, telephone 334-687-1236, fax 334-687-1239. Normal business hours are Monday through Friday from 6:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
The Public Works Department is responsible for the pickup and disposal of household and commercial garbage and trash, as well as the repair and maintenance of city streets, street signage, street lights and drainage structures. In addition, Public Works has an on-site City Shop which is responsible for the maintenance and repairs on all City vehicles.
The Public Works Department provides household garbage and trash pickup on a one day per week basis per household. Fees for garbage-trash collection are billed through The Water and Sewer Board. Household garbage fee is $13.00 per month; additional $2.75 for limb/leaf pickup is mandatory where limb/leaf service is offered. Problems, questions and/or concerns with collections of household garbage and/or limb/leaf service should be directed to the Public Works Department @ 334-687-1236. The Public Works Department observes the following holidays:
New Years Day January 1
Martin Luther King Day January 20
Memorial Day May 26
Independence Day July 4
Labor Day September 1
Veteran’s Day November 11
Thanksgiving November 27 & 28
Christmas December 24 & 25
However, the household garbage crew works all holidays with the exception of Christmas Day.
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The Public Works Department doesn’t have a public dump on property however, we do accept metal items such as appliances, etc. Trash can also be taken to The Barbour County Landfill. For more information on the items that can be disposed of at The Barbour County Landfill, please call (334) 775-8100.
Commercial dumpster service and trash collections are also available through the Public Works Department. For information concerning Commercial dumpster service, please contact Melvin Tillman @ 334-687-1236.
The department is also responsible for the City’s mosquito spraying program. Citizens are encouraged to keep their property clean and free of items that may hold stagnant water, which is a breeding ground for mosquitoes. Spraying for mosquitoes does not begin until temperatures reach above 60 degrees. Spraying takes place late at night and very early in the mornings.
Public Works also enforces the City’s ordinance prohibiting overgrown weeds, shrubs, underbrush, litter/trash on private property. Complaints concerning such property should be directed to the Public Works Department for abatement.