The Public Works and Engineering Department is headed by Senior Director Mr. Justin Stoker, P.E., C.F.M. He has held several different leadership roles in municipal government throughout his over 20-year career including Deputy Director and Assistant Director for cities in Texas and Utah. He has also worked in the private sector as a consulting engineer in Utah and Nevada. He has served as an elected official and volunteered in the community as a board member for several different regional governance boards. Justin holds a bachelor’s degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Brigham Young University and a Master in Public Administration from Arizona State University.
This section of Public Works is headed by Ms. Eneida Ojeda, Business Operations Manager; She has over almost ten years of service with the City of Waxahachie. Ms. Ojeda manages the Administrative Secretary and Administrative Clerk who provide the best customer service and office support to all departments under Public Works.
The Construction Department part of Public Works focuses on the inspection of utilities infrastructure installation and ADA compliant sidewalk and road installation at new subdivisions or private development. Mrs. Elizabeth Quilici, P.E. She is supported by a Project Manager, Project Coordinator, Inspector Supervisor and three (3) Inspectors.
The Engineering Department is committed to resident focus and good stewardship of the City’s resources. Some services they provide are Development Review, Floodplain Management and Capital Improvement Projects review and planning. The department is headed by the City Engineer; Mrs. Macey Martinez, P.E. and Randy Dueck, P.E., CFM also works in the department providing critical experience in drainage and modeling.
The Street Department are responsible for the maintenance and repair of City streets, signs, pavement markings, street sweeper, and drainage within the City’s Right of Way. They also maintain the City’s Right of Way and easements with daily mowing and vegetation control. The department also provide traffic control for special City events and festivals. The Street department also have the opportunity to perform small road improvements like asphalt overlays or concrete panel improvements. Matt Massey is the Street Operations Manager and has over 20 years of experience and supervises over thirty (30) employees.
Try Our New Citizen Self Service(CSS) Portal!
The City has a new online portal for electronic plan review and permits.
To enhance customer experience for submitting plans and obtaining permits some of the key features include the ability to:
- Submit Applications and Payments Electronically
- Schedule Inspections Online
- Track the Status of Permits in Real Time
- Submit Plans and Receive Comments Electronically
Use the Link below to access the online portal.
CSS Portal Resource Materials:
Citizen Self Service(CSS) Portal Flyer
CSS Portal FAQs
CSS Email Validation