Public Works

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Welcome to the City of Sebring’s Public Works Department web site. First let me say that it is an honor and a privilege to serve the community of Sebring. The Public Works Department serves the community in several areas that you are accustomed to seeing. These areas are garbage collection, curb side recycling, brush collection, bulk trash collection and the never-ending street repairs, just to name a few. However, there are also areas that are not as visible that you may not know about. These include traffic signs, pavement markings and the mowing of rights of way, the maintenance and repair of the storm water infrastructure along with the maintenance of all city owned buildings. Public Works crews are often called out in the middle of the night to clean up damage from severe storms. This just names a few of the things that we do.

Public Works employs twenty-two people working to provide a clean and safe environment for the residents of Sebring.

The Public Works Department consists of 2 departments: 

Maintenance and Solid Waste, and has a combined total of 7 divisions.

The men and women of Public Works consider it an honor to serve our community. Thank you for allowing us to serve you.

I invite you to learn more about the Public Works Department and the services we provide for you.


Stephen Kramer
Public Works Director

Reporting Issues

For potholes, sidewalk hazards, or any other concerns please notify us by using the Request Tracker. You can also contact us by email, or call 863-471-5115.



 The City of Sebring participates in the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) program through cooperation with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. The NPDES program is a Statewide program that is intended to protect waterways from a myriad of potential pollutants. The role of the City in the program is to engage in several key activities. 

These involve 

1.) Public Education & Outreach 

2.) Encourage Public Involvement and Participation 

3.) Engage in Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination 

4.) Establish minimum controls for Construction site stormwater control 

5.) Engage in Best Management Practices to eliminate and avoid pollution associated with Municipal Operations.

6.) Pollution Prevention/Good Housekeeping for Municipal Operations.

If you would like to know more about the program, please visit the FDEP website at the following address:  
If you observe activities in your neighborhood or the community that your are concerned might pollute downstream lakes, streams, or other waterways, please contact the City of Sebring Public Works Department and report the occurrence as a potential NPDES Stormwater violation.

For all construction related stormwater concerns contact the City of Sebring Building Department at 863-471-5102