Public Works Performance Measures FY 16

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  • Approximately 50 capital projects administered


  • Approximately 3.3 million gallons daily (rolling average) flow of wastewater treated


  • 12 buses in fleet providing service
  • Approximately 31 clients participating in the City Wheels program
  • Approximately 33,792 hours in revenue
  • Approximately 900,000 rides provided 


  • City buildings maintenance of approximately 291,703 square feet 


  • CIP paving oversight
  • CIP asphalt sidewalk replacement oversight
  • CIP crack sealing oversight
  • Repaired multiple sections of guardrail citywide
  • Performed pothole repairs citywide
  • Performed base repairs on Jermantown Rd and on University Dr
  • Repaired deteriorated asphalt on Sager Ave @ South St
  • Assisted with curb & gutter replacement Citywide
  • Repaired sinkholes on Springman Dr and on Hill St at Woodhaven Dr
  • Repaired asphalt path on Stonewall Ave, manufactured and installed handrail
  • Repaired deteriorated asphalt on Tedrich Blvd and on Duncan St
  • Elevated apron and sidewalk on Cedar Ave
  • Repaired depression at Milburn St and Fern St
  • Repaired deteriorated asphalt in the intersection of Milburn St and Chestnut St, at Pinehurst Ave and Brookwood Dr, and on Whitacre Rd


  • Installation of curb on Woodland Dr, Plantation Pkwy, Poplar St, Fairchester Dr, University Dr, Sherman St
  • Sidewalk replacement on Fairchester Dr, Country Hill Dr, Oak St, Brookwood Dr, Ridge Ave, Woodland Dr, Poplar Dr, Sherman St.
  • Brick sidewalk repairs on Main St, East St, Chain Bridge Rd, University Dr, West St, Old Lee Hwy, Chain Bridge Rd, Sager Ave
  • Stone wall repairs at Bank of America Parking Lot
  • Installed historical markers and pour concrete slabs for Blenheim
  • Daniels Run School sidewalk and curb replacement/bench installation
  • Assessment of damaged concrete and brick areas for FY replacement program
  • Daily Oversight of CIP concrete/brick contractors
  • Graffiti removal
  • Installed cyclist statue pad
  • Citywide illegal sign removal daily
  • Grinding of concrete tripping hazards citywide
  • Report single faulty street lights/yearly report of all damaged units
  • Retrofit existing handicapped ramps
  • Haul debris to Lorton Landfill
  • Brine manufacturing
  • Seasonal leaf hauling assistance


  • Approximately 6,600 homes served
  • Citizen responses monitoring
  • Refuse collection for City of Fairfax single family homes and townhouses
  • Residential and commercial recycling programs participation through education and community involvement
  • Workload monitoring


  • Approximately 1,800 crew hours in pavement markings
  • Approximately 1,860 crew hours in preventive maintenance
  • Approximately 2,440 crew hours in sign maintenance 


  • Public Works crews monitor all potential snow/ice storms and provide immediate road treatment and snow removal.
  • Crews pre-treat the primary and residential roadways prior to the start of precipitation which provides for a safer riding surface and reduces ice bonding.


  • Performed cleaning and maintenance of 1,840 storm structures
  • Performed semi-annual outfall inspections
  • Improved drainage runoff issues on Duncan St, Maple St, Keith Ave, Mode St, Cornell Rd, Orchard St
  • Repaired Sinkholes on Evergreen Dr, Tedrich Blvd, Ann Pl, Sager Ave, Virginia St, Barbour Dr, Beech Dr, Main St, Peterson St, Roberts Rd, Hallman St, Blenheim House
  • Driveway pipe replacement on Winston Pl, Cobb Dr
  • Graffiti removal throughout City
  • Repaired pipe failure on Pickett Rd
  • Removed trees in city streams and creeks
  • Regraded ditch line and installed new storm box on Oak Pl
  • Rebuilt retaining wall on Forest Ave
  • Replaced collapsed storm water pipe on University Dr from Main St to North St
  • Replaced broken catch basins on Main St, Jermantown Rd, Pickett Rd, West Dr, Keith Ave, City Hall, Green Acres
  • Replaced broken headwall on Duncan St
  • Oversight of CIP storm water contractors
  • Set up brine tank mixing system and produce brine


  • Approximately 65 trees and shrubs planted
  • Approximately 157 Downtown planters maintained
  • Approximately 334 gaslights maintained
  • Approximately 5,650 man hours in mowing 
  • Approximately 8,800 hours in planting
  • Approximately 9,820 flowers planted 


  • Approximately 33 site plans reviewed 


  • Daily/Weekly preventive maintenance of the five pump stations
  • 24/7 alarm monitoring of the five pump stations
  • TV’d 84,046 linear ft of wastewater pipe
  • Flushed 466,224 linear ft of wastewater pipe
  • Marked 2,568 Miss Utility tickets
  • Oversight of CIP wastewater lining contractors
  • Mowed and maintained sewer easements
  • Oversight of CIP wastewater repair and replacement
  • Schedule repair and maintenance on ten pump motors
  • Schedule repair and maintenance on five generators (1 on each pump house)
  • Respond to Emergency Miss Utility Tickets 24/7
  • Grounds and building maintenance of five pump station facilities