Board of Public Works
The Board of Public Works Meets every Monday
120 E. 8th Street, Anderson, IN
(765)648-6014 FAX (765)648-5933
Hours: 8:00 a.m. til 4:00 p.m. Monday through Fiday
Chairman: Pete Heuer email@example.com
Member: Bob Schuler firstname.lastname@example.org
Member: Roger Clark email@example.com
The Board of Public Works strives to maintian the infrastructure of the City of Anderson in a state
of Quality operations for a safe and healthy environment for all, as well as being accountable to the
Citzens of Anderson for financial affairs pertaining to the City under the Board's authority
The City of Anderson's Board of Public Works, open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.,
is adgacent to the Mayor's Office, located on the fifth floor of City Hall, 120 E 8th Street, Anderson,
Indiana. The Board of Works is comprised of a Chairman, two Members of the Board and an Executive
Assistant. This department oversees many departments within the City such as the Utility Office, C.A.T.S.,
City Garage, Personnel, and all utilities sections including Water Pollution Control, Light and Power, and
Water Department. The Board of Public Works plays a significant role in maintaining the integrity and
efficiency of our city government. The Board of Public Works is unique in that it serves as liaison
between the Mayor, the City departments and the citizens of Anderson.
The Board of Public Works meets every Monday afternoon at 3:00 p.m. in Room 503 of the City Building.
Business pertaining to the departments under the jurisdiction of the Board of Public Works is conducted
at these weekly meetings, which are open to the public. The Board hears all bid openings for departments
and awards the bids on the basis of best and lowest bidding. The Board approves all Civil City and Utlity
Department claims for payment at the Monday Meeting.
One important facet of the Board of Public Works is to hear grievances from three (3) of the six (6) unions
affiliated with the City of Anderson. The Chairman of the Board sets in on negotiations for four (4) of the six
(6) unions. The Board of Public Works ensures that all employees, whether Union of Management, are treated fairly,
equitably, and within the realm of human dignity.