The Engineering Department is the City's contract manager for the construction of municipal utilities, roads, associated with redevelopment of aging City infrastructure, and new developments. Their mission is to provide efficient, centralized, and cost-effective services to the residents and businesses of New Haven.
The Engineering Department is responsible for the planning, coordination, and preparation of the City's bid procedures, estimates, plans, and specifications. They are also responsible for other design matters for public works construction and improvement projects for the City's sanitary sewers, storm drainage systems, street resurfacing and construction, and waterline projects. This provides core transportation, sanitation, and clean water services to residents and businesses.
Management & Preparation
manages engineering activities such as: surveying, mapping, subdivision, and plat review
prepares and monitors city infrastructure improvement grant applications
provides engineering reviews
assists in the operation, maintenance, and repair activities involving: conveyance, sewage collection, storage and distribution, and water transmission
provides estimates and forecasts for long-range planning
provides investigations for public works functions
investigates citizen complaints relating to public works activities
Reports & Budgeting
prepares written and verbal reports as requested
prepares and monitors the engineering department budget
supervises subordinate employees
attends City Council meetings and other public meetings as directed
**We have attached links to INDOT, Allen County Highway, Indiana Department of Environmental Management, and the MS4 website in hopes of providing residents with answers to questions we might not have the answer to on our website. If you are still not able to find what you are looking for, please contact the Engineering Department at 260-748-7030.
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Offer Suggestions for Improvements on State Roads
Indiana citizens can offer suggestions for improvements on the state roads through the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT).