Public Works

Public Works

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About Public Works

The Department of Public Works (DPW) has five functional areas: Administration, Engineering, Operations, Fleet, and Real Estate.

  • The Administration Division provides overall leadership and direction of the Department.
  • The Engineering Division administers and coordinates engineering activities related to the public infrastructure of Nassau County.
  • The Operations Division administers and coordinates operational activities related to the public infrastructure of Nassau County.
  • The Fleet Management Division administers and coordinates the County’s fleet, vehicle-related equipment, machinery, and resources, e.g. fuel for all County departments except Police.
  • The Real Estate Division administers and coordinates all real estate matters on behalf of the County.

 For a complete department overview, click here

The Bay Park Conveyance Project:
Click on for up-to-date information on the County’s Western Bays Resiliency Initiative

The NEPA environmental review documentation can be viewed and downloaded at:

Access to relevant Request for Proposals files as provided to the qualified Proposer Teams.

Long Beach WPCP Consolidation Project:
A project webpage will be available in the coming weeks which will provide up-to-date information.  Please check back at a later date. 

The NEPA environmental review document was led by GOSR in partnering with Nassau County.  Under the heading Rebuild by Design, look down the list for the “Long Beach Water Pollution Control Plant Consolidation” for the NEPA EA documents.  

Request for Proposals documents and other relevant project-related information will be provided regularly as needed.

2019 Public Notices:

Status Report for the Nassau County Back Bays Coastal Storm Risk Management Study