Public Works

Alfredo Quintero Jr., EI, CFM, CGC, CCC, ISA-CA

Public Works Director




(305) 234-4262


(305) 234-4251  

                                                              Alfredo Quintero



The Public Works Department is responsible for the  improvement and maintenance of the Town's infrastructure, and over sees the Stormwater Division for the Town. The Public Works Staff strives to improve the quality of life for Town residents.


The Public Works Department provides for the design, construction, management and maintenance of the Town's infrastructure, including streets, landscaping, sidewalks and storm drains. In addition, the Public Works Department manage community volunteer programs for beautification and clean-up projects. The permitting section reviews and issues permits including paving and drainage, driveway approach, and utility plans, through the Building Department. The department also assists with information or questions regarding street signs, street lights, and flood maps. The Public Works Department strives to provide top quality, professional, effective, and timely service to residents, businesses and internal customers. Staff focuses on customer service and satisfaction, by improving the Town's image and maintaining the community’s trust. The department goals are: Safety, Training, Beautification, Quality Control and Productivity. By providing these services, the Public Works Department intends to make the Town of Cutler Bay an outstanding place to live and work.


  • Roadway Resurfacing and Maintenance
  • Sidewalk Improvements
  • Drainage Improvements and System Maintenance
  • Public Works Permit Plan Review
  • Tree Planting in Right-of-Ways
  • Stormwater Management
  • Landscape Maintenance of Town Maintained Right-of-Ways
  • Canal Maintenance
  • Flood inspections
  • Street Sweeping of Major Roadways
  • Litter Pickup of Main Roadways
  • Design and Construction of Capital Improvement Projects



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