Municipal works is responsible for a multitude of public services in the City of Niagara Falls including the design, construction maintenance and rehabilitation of our local infrastructure.
Additionally, the responsibility for reviewing, monitoring, assessing and analyzing the ongoing condition and operational capacity as well as inspecting activities also lies with Municipal Works. Project Design, approvals and tendering of Capital projects, including new construction, ongoing repair/rehabilitation and replacement on the various Municipal Infrastructure systems. Municipal Works keeps up to date inventory of all physical assets for the City-wide Municipal Infrastructure Systems.
Municipal Works employees constitute a highly visible and familiar presence in the lives of the citizens of Niagara Falls.
We need you to be a Snow Buddie!
Snow Buddies give students the opportunity to be matched with a senior, helping keep their driveway/pathway clear of snow. This assistance will help prevent falls. The role of the Snow Buddies is to be available to remove snow when they are called or when there is a snowfall. The Snow Buddies program is a great opportunity for students to gain volunteer experience, receive community service hours and help out in their community. For more information and application forms, visit Community Support Services of Niagara.
How to Submit a Claim to the City
The Risk Management Team processes all personal and property claims against the City. Please go to the "How to Submit a Claim to the City" page for further information.