The Indianapolis Department of Public Works maintains public infrastructure, manages municipal solid waste collection and ensures a healthy, safe and natural environment. We are committed to providing efficient and effective high quality customer service to the citizens and visitors of Indianapolis.
The Department of Public Works builds and maintains streets, sidewalks, and bridges; and maintains greenway trails throughout Indianapolis. DPW bolsters neighborhood pride, protects our investment in infrastructure and promotes the safe, efficient movement of people, vehicles and goods.
Learn about DPW's current construction projects in your area with RebuildIndy.
DPW works for everyone to make sure Indianapolis is inclusive to all residents. The City's Office of Disability Affairs (ODA) helps to keep Indy ADA compliant through its variety of public services.
Learn more about the mission of ADA compliance in Indianapolis with Indy ODA.
The Department of Public Works monitors and protects the environment in Marion County with help from our residents and visitors. DPW responds to questions and concerns on a number of topics including, but not limited to, air and water pollution, open burning, illegal discharges, and water quality.
Learn more about DPW services with SustainIndy.
INDIANAPOLIS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
200 E WASHINGTON STREET
INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46204
Lori Miser, Director
Timothy Joyce, Deputy Director of Policy and Planning
Melody Park, Chief Engineer and Director of the Office of Sustainability
Betsy Whitmore, Chief Communications Officer
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