Public Works

The Public Works Department supports, coordinates, and assists the 10 operating departments within the Public Works Division in their efforts to attain and maintain an acceptable level of service to the community. Work to:
  • Ensure streets, storm drainage systems, water and sewer systems, and solid waste facilities are designed and constructed to operate and function properly, safely, and efficiently
  • Manage and control the impact of gas drilling operations around industrial, commercial, and residential areas
The Public Works Division also provides the necessary services of street maintenance, engineering support services for city operations, storm water drainage, re-use water facilities, permitting, and managing gas drilling permits.


The Public Works Division has the responsibility to provide essential services to the entire community that is utilized every day by every citizen. This includes producing and distributing a safe drinking water supply; collecting and safely treating the generated wastewater; and collecting and safely disposing of all the solid waste generated by the citizens and businesses of Cleburne according to state/federal regulations. Traffic Count Programs, street infrastructure and maintenance of City streets also falls within the scope of Public Works. 

​Traffic Count Program

The traffic count program is important for Cleburne as it allows the Public Works division to assess the amount of traffic on a road, the speeds of traffic, and trends of traffic on a road. This data can help provide important information on whether road infrastructure, or speed limits, will need to be reassessed to keep up with trends. This program also allows developers to view traffic trends on busier roads and can impact their decision on where to develop to attract the most customers. 

The 2020 report can be found below; however, please note that due to COVID 19, not all streets were assessed for this year. 

Traffic Report 2020

Impact Fee Study

The Land Use Assumptions and Capital Improvements Plan Report for Water, Wastewater, and Roadway Impact Fee Study is available for citizens to view.

Citizens can view the Impact Fee Study online with the link below:

Impact Fee Study

Physical copies can be at the following locations:

Cleburne Public Library 

302 W Henderson St, Cleburne, TX 76033

Cleburne City Hall - City Secretary Office

10 N Robinson St, Cleburne, TX 76031

To report a water or sewer problem after hours call 817-645-0972 during regular hours Monday - Friday 8AM to 5PM  Click Here.