Jason Thomas, Operations City Engineer/Public Works Director
(505) 632-6353 Fax
915 N. 1st Street
P.O. Box 1839
Bloomfield, NM 87413
|Monday - Thursday||7:00 am - 5:30 pm|
Please call the dispatch center at (505) 334-6622 to request the City of Bloomfield's Public Works on-call personnel to respond. Be prepared to give your name, phone number, address and the nature of your call.
New Mexico One Call - dial 811.
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The mission of the Public Works Department is to provide and maintain the highest quality public works services and facilities for the residents and businesses of the City of Bloomfield.
Public Works is made up of the following Departments, which operate under the direction of the City Engineer/Public Works Director:
⇛ Municipal Operations Center ⇛ Water Treatment ⇛ Water Reclamation (Wastewater Plant) ⇛ Parks and Recreation ⇛ Aquatic CenterThis department is also responsible for the general management, operation and care of the City's infrastructure.
A total of 26 employees make up these departments. Working together, Public Works is responsible for the following:
Public Works is also responsible for:
• Public Right of Way Maintenance, including streets, alleys, sidewalks, curbs, curb ramps, and drainage features. • Traffic control devices and signs. • Weed and vector control. • Street sweeping, snow, ice, and flood control. • Street Cut (i.e. Right of Way Excavation) Permits and Inspection. • Raw water storage, water treatment and distribution. • Sewage collection and Water Reclamation. • Parks and grounds maintenance and improvements, irrigation, and recreation activities. • Aquatic Center maintenance, operation, and improvements. • Facility maintenance, repairs, and improvements. • Fleet Maintenance. • Line Spotting.
• Planning, prioritizing and developing the Infrastructure Capital Improvement Plan (ICIP). ⇛ FY23-27 ICIP Report (PDF 808 KB) • Pavement maintenance plan. • Grant writing and management. • Capital Project Management, including planning, design, bidding, construction, inspection, and commissioning. • Planning improvements for Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance. • Technical Committee Membership of the Farmington Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO). • Membership in the San Juan Basin Stormwater MS4 Advisory Group. • Traffic Engineering, Signal Coordination, Pavement Markings, and Signs. • Reporting to various state and federal agencies, including NMED, NMDOT, EPA, ACE, and OSE. • ADA Coordination, Self-Evaluations, and ADA Transition Plan.
The City Engineer/Public Works Director is the ADA Coordinator. The ADA Transition Plan and Policy Statement has been prepared to comply with state and federal requirements so that the City can remain eligible for federal funding through NMDOT. The documents are available below. The Plan was approved by Council on December 11, 2017. If you have any questions, comments, or requests for specific improvements to improve accessibility at a City-owned facility or in the City Right of Way, please contact the ADA Coordinator.
⇛ ADA Transition Plan (PDF 651 KB)
What is a Brownfield? "A brownfield is a property, the expansion, redevelopment, or reuse of which may be complicated by the presence or potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant, or contaminant." - EPA
As you walk around Bloomfield, you can find abandoned commercial or industrial sites. Some of these sites have recognized or perceived environmental impacts that hinder them from being re-developed. They negatively affect property values, and offer no benefit to the economy or to the community in their current state.
Learn more about our ⇛ Brownfields Program