Civil Engineer Tech
109 N. Main St.
Oneida, NY 13421
The Department of Public Works is responsible for improving and maintaining City infrastructure. We strive to ensure City infrastructure is safe and well maintained. Our goal is to provide reliable, responsive, cost efficient and innovative public works services.
The department maintains approximately; 50 miles of two-lane road, 40 miles of sanitary sewer, 40 miles for storm sewer, 2,250 traffic signs, 2 earthen dams and citywide street trees. Other responsibilities include scheduled yard waste pick up, pesticide control, sidewalk repairs and maintaining the city vehicle fleet
Supervisor: Scott Hoffmeister
Office: Shelly Tompkins
Public Works Staff:
Chris Cousin, Doug Howe, Ernie Leroy, Scott Meleski, Tom Simchick, Paul Ward, Robert Haldenwang, Ed Stabb, Brandon Carinci, Dan Ingham, Nate Wilson, Brad Olden
Traffic Controls: Bob Anderson
Central Garage: Bill Peters, William Clark, Steve Meyers
Wastewater Treatment Plant
The goal of all wastewater treatment is to change harmful pollutants in waste products into non-polluting products that can be safely released back into the environment.
The City of Oneida wastewater treatment plant is designed to accommodate a design flow of 3.75 million gallons per day. The facility utilizes preliminary, primary and secondary treatment for effluent discharge to Oneida Creek – See” Waterwater Treatment Plant” link for additional information
Waste Water Treatment Plant Staff:
Chief Operator: Kyle Colclough,
Operators: Robert Gleasman, Rennie Carroll, Myron Thurston, Chris Carney, Richard Scales Laboratory Director: Robert Pryor Maintenance Mechanic: Leonard Young, John Plows Laborer: Dennis Laurin