May 17 to May 23, 2020 is officially National Public Works Week. This national week exists to celebrate the men and women across the... more ››
Construction on the new Public Works Building continues in accordance with a COVID-19 work safety plan.
During this public health emergency, Ferguson Township Public Works Department has canceled Brush and Leaf Collection scheduled for... more ››
Sealed bids will be accepted by the Ferguson Township Board of Supervisors, for the following project, at the office of the Public Works... more ››
Ferguson Township will be hosting community and public outreach events on behalf of the Stormwater Management Program throughout 2020.
The Public Works Department continues to make headway on the Park Hills Drainage Way Project. Project Timeline for 2019 is as follows:... more ››
This winter season, Ferguson Township will test a new program in the hopes of keeping roads safer. Commonly known as “Anti-icing”, the... more ››
During the Board of Supervisors Regular Meeting on November 18, construction bids from local companies were presented by the Public Works... more ››
The Ferguson Township Tree Commission is interested in implementing a "Tree Preservation Ordinance" this coming year. The Commission has... more ››
The Stormwater Advisory Committee has requested two additional meetings in early 2020 to discuss the Stormwater Fee Study Phase 2. The... more ››
The Stormwater Advisory Committee (SAC) met on Wednesday, October 23, to discuss and review the delivery of services within the Township as... more ››
The Ferguson Township Tree Commission will hold a public hearing on Monday, October 21, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. in the Meeting Room at the... more ››
Pollutant Reduction Plan (PRP): The Township’s consultant, NTM Engineering, has completed the updated modeling for the MS4 (Municipal... more ››
Ferguson Township Public Works (FTPW) will begin to collect leaves on Monday, October 7, and will continue until the end of the day on... more ››
When it comes to seasonal storms, we are at the mercy of nature. While we cannot control when, where and how severe the next storm will be... more ››