Gary Rusaw - Public Works Foreman: Send Email
Steve Buckland - Assistant Foreman: Send Email
Public Works Building: 1818 23rd Street (Township Road 374). Access to the Public Works building is available from 19th Avenue.
Our Public Works department is a dedicated team handpicked to guarantee our Village runs smoothly and efficiently with high regard to safety and aesthetics of our community.
With many years of experience and certifications under their belts the Public Works team is responsible for ensuring the Village has safe drinking water, streets and avenues are well maintained in all seasons, the sewer system is up to date and runs smoothly, the local recycling dump is always maintained and monitored, as well as the beautification of our many parks, walking trails, and recreation areas.
Though our Public Works team has a big responsibility in maintaining our community, it is also the responsibility of the landowner to make sure that their property is kept up and does not become unsightly. Therefore, Delburne has a Nuisance Bylaw (Property Maintenance) to enforce minimum standards relating to the state of repair & maintenance of property and to regulate, control and abate nuisances, including unsightly premises.
Public Works Fees (& GST)
|Skid Steer with Operator||$100.00/hr||Minimum of 1 hour|
|Two Ton Truck with Operator||$100.00/hr||Minimum of 1 hour|
|Three Ton Truck with Operator||$100.00/hr||Minimum of 1 hour|
|Mower with Operator||$50.00/hr||Minimum of 1 hour|
|General Labour||$35.00/hr||Minimum of 1 hour|
The above Public Works Fees are noted on Pages 3 & 4 of Bylaw No. 1161/2020 - The Fees & Charges Bylaw.
For information about the collection of garbage & recycling, as well as the RV Sani Dump Station, the Dry Dump and the nearest landfill, visit our Garbage & Recyling page.
For information regarding water, sewer, electricity and gas services in Delburne, visit our Utilities page.