East Rochester Department of Public Works
200 Ontario Street
East Rochester, New York 14445
Phone (585) 381-1565

David Bussey, Superintendent

Bill Marr, Foreman

Department of Public Works
Among its numerous duties, the DPW is principally responsible for:

  • refuse collection, recycling
  • yard debris and leaf pick-up
  • road maintenance
  • plowing and salting village roadways, lots & sidewalks
  • maintaining Village buildings, parks and recreation areas.

 

The DPW also:

  • maintains and repairs 13 miles of storm sewer including catch basins
  • maintains and repairs 18 miles of sanitary sewer including 4 sewage pumping stations and 1 storm sewer pumping station
  • maintains, repairs and cleans 42 lane miles of road and road signage including 3 sets of traffic control units
  • performs crosswalk, parking and pavement striping
  • maintains all village owned trees, plants and mulch areas
  • is responsible for the mechanical operation, maintenance and repair of all DPW vehicles and equipment, as well as all police, ambulance and fire vehicles

 

Hours of Operation
October thru May ~ Monday thru Friday ~ 7:00 am to 3:30 pm
June thru September ~ Monday thru Thursday ~ 7:00 am to 4:15 pm & Friday ~ 7:00 to 11:00 am

 

After Hours Emergencies
If you have a sewer or similar type problem after working hours, on a weekend or on a holiday please call 9-1-1.  Inform the operator of the problem and he/she will notify the DPW as soon as possible.

 

 

Now Open! - Monroe County ecopark

 

The ecopark is an innovative partnership between Monroe County and Waste Management of NY that provides county residents with a “one-stop drop-off” to dispose of or recycle certain items. The ecopark is a drop-off facility and, except for household hazardous waste (HHW) materials, residents are responsible for unloading their own vehicle.

 

Learn more by visiting the ecopark website