Our Commitment Statement:
Working together to make Winnipeg a better place to live, work and play by providing innovative and affordable public works services.
A list of Public Works FAQ pages on various topics.
City of Winnipeg By-Laws regulating Public Works.
The City of Winnipeg is a vibrant, growing organization with many opportunities!
Department Quick Facts:
- The Department is responsible for the planning, development and maintenance of 6,900 lane km of streets, 3,100 lane km of sidewalks, 900 km of lanes, 200 structures and over 200 km of active transportation facilities.
- The Department plans, develops, maintains and operates 646 signalized intersections, 166 pedestrian corridors and many other illuminated traffic control devices.
- The Department is responsible for almost 3,600 hectares of parks and open spaces including over 300,000 trees, 1,333 parks, 485 playgrounds, and 604 athletic fields.