Satellite Beach Public Works: Who We Are...
The Satellite Beach Public Works Department provides a variety of services throughout the City. While Public Works is mainly viewed as the maintenance vehicle for roads and grounds areas, there is a wide range of functions performed by the department that may go unseen by the public. As a beachside community, we have many areas where our residents and visitors can take advantage of the beautiful surroundings nature has provided. The frequent use of these facilities and the harsh salt environment requires that we continually maintain these areas to keep them safe and clean for all to use.
Many of Satellite Beach’s residents and visitors enjoy walking or biking through the community. The City has many miles of sidewalk and bike paths, maintained by Public Works, which allow these activities to be done safely. Youth sports has always been a very important part of life in Satellite Beach. The City provides many athletic facilities for various sports. The Public Works Department works very hard to ensure that all of these facilities are well maintained for safe year round activity.
Administration is a key part of Public Works. The Director, Assistant Director, and Facilities Manager coordinate within the Department to respond to requests for services from Citizens and other departments. They coordinate and interact with other entities at the City, State and Federal level.
Vehicle and Equipment Maintenance
Our full-time mechanic maintains all Police, Public Works, Fire, and Community Development vehicles and equipment.
The Roads and Drainage Team - Roads, Sidewalks, Signs, Stormwater System
Public Works maintains all Satellite Beach streets, sidewalks, and signs in the incorporated section of the City.
Email SBPWProjects@satellitebeach.org or call (321) 777-2309 to report any issues.
Brevard County maintains all Satellite Beach streets, sidewalks, and signs in the unincorporated section of the City.
FDOT maintains South Patrick Drive and Highway A1A.
Email D5-Brevardadminsupport@dot.state.fl.us or by calling (321) 634-6100.
The Grounds Maintenance Crew - Athletic Fields, Parks, Beach Accesses
The Grounds crew is responsible for the landscaping and maintenance of all City facilities, parks, athletic fields, and common areas. They are also responsible for mowing specific right-of-way areas such as DeSoto Parkway and Jamaica Boulevard.
Brevard County maintains the unincorporated section of the City.
FDOT maintains portions of the right-of-ways along South Patrick Drive and Highway A1A.