The Public Infrastructure Department is one of the vital departments in the Organisational Structure of the Council and is the executing arm of the Council for the implementation and management of projects including maintenance of assets such as roads, drains and street lighting.
As the Council is witnessing an unprecedented change of its landscape particularly with rapid urbanisation, it is equally facing with pressing demands for quality service from its residents; a challenge which the Public Infrastructure Department spares no single effort to meet especially at a time where our budget is being curtailed year in year out in the face of economic downturn which the country is experiencing.
The Public Infrastructure Department is managed by a Civil Engineer assisted by a team of qualified technical personnel, field staff and work teams. The responsibilities of the Public Infrastructure Department and the technical team demands adequate technical skills, knowledge and experience in the field of engineering. Additionally, they are required to keep pace with the moving trends and new development in technologies taking place in the construction industry.
Several requests are carried out yearly. Moreover, the Council is called upon to participate actively in the realization of projects including construction of market fairs, kiosks, multipurpose halls, new roads and drains.