Public Works

Fight the Bite 2016
Mansfield Road Project Photo Drawing - xsm
MANSFIELD ROAD CAPACITY IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT
The Mansfield Road Capacity Improvements project will profoundly improve safety and provide better access to Lake Ridge Parkway and Southwest Dallas County.  For more information regarding the project, including status, current schedule, and maps, please click here.

Oncor Logo         Oncor Tree Trimming Initiative

Over the next few months, Oncor will increase vegetation management in order to better serve their customers.  While this program will not eliminate all outages, it will be a step towards minimizing them, as trees are a frequent cause of many electrical outages. Trees that grow into power lines can affect electric service to an entire neighborhood.

Oncor understands the sensitive matter of tree trimming in Cedar Hill, which is why they are working with certified arborists and degreed foresters who will in turn work with experienced line-clearance qualified crews to prune trees.  Customers will be notiifed at least five (5) days in advance, in person, and if the customer is unavailable, a door hanger will be left with information on how to contact Oncor regarding the scheduled trimming. 

For additional information, please visit www.oncor.com/vegetation, or if you would like to speak with an Oncor representative, please call 1-800-518-2375.

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Low Growing Trees

Fall Tips 2016
The mission of the Public Works Department is to provide the highest quality water, sewer, traffic and drainage infrastructure systems in a manner that is consistent with Professional Engineering Principles.
 Engineering  - The Engineering Division is primarily responsible for design, inspection and contract administration relating to water systems, sewer systems, streets, traffic control, and drainage facilities. For more info...
 
 Environmental  - Committed to preserving our community's environment as well as the health and well-being of our citizens.  Through certain programs the City of Cedar Hill manages and monitors backflow prevention devices, mosquito control, grease abatement, and stormwater.  For more info...

 Fleet Maintenance  - Fleet Maintenance provides preventive maintenance and repair for vehicles such as police cars, fire trucks, ambulances, automobiles and trucks, as well as City-owned heavy machinery, trailers, mowers, etc. For more info...

 GIS  - or Geographic Information System, is a set of computer hardware and software that uses geographic data taken from maps, GPS units, satellites, and aerial imagery and connects those features with a database in order to manage, maintain, analyze, and display multiple types of information.  Public Works, City Planners, Police and Fire, Neighborhoods and the Public utilize this information for their work. For more info...
   
  
    
  
 Signs and Signals  - The Signs and Signals Division works to ensure safe and direct passage for vehicles and pedestrians on all streets and sidewalks within the City limits.  For more info...
 
 Streets / Drainage  - The Street Division works to ensure safe and direct passage for vehicles and pedestrians on all streets and sidewalks within the City limits.  For more info...

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 Water / Sewer 
- The Water and Sewer Division is responsible for providing safe drinking water to the citizens of Cedar Hill and maintaining the operation of the wastewater collection system by minimizing wastewater service interruptions through maintaining and improving the wastewater system. For more info...
 
To report a problem or concern regarding State roads (FM 1382 and US Hwy 67), you may call the Texas Department of Transportation at 972-291-4043.