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Public works professionals keep our communities safe and functioning smoothly

May 16-22, 2021 is National Public Works Week

Posted on May 18, 2021 2021Public SafetyTransportation

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Hundreds of public works professionals are committed, every day, to providing vital services that protect the health, quality of life and well-being of those who live in Douglas County.

From designing, building and repairing roads, to snow removal, water quality monitoring, and maintaining public structures and facilities, these dedicated employees are working to make our lives easier.

May 16-22 is National Public Works Week – a time to recognize and appreciate the many positive impacts public works have on our communities.

Join in honoring these vital members of our community this week, and throughout the year, by being aware and helping to keep them safe when you encounter them. Share this employee-narrated video and remind your friends and neighbors to drive safely in work zones.

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