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The mission of this department is to "enhance the quality of life for our residential and business community by providing and maintaining quality infrastructure." One goal that supports this mission is to provide effective communication with our customers and the public.

Engineering Department duties include planning, designing, cost estimation and construction supervision of infrastructure improvements inside the city limits. The department oversees the hiring of private engineering consultants for project development and design and manages their performance through the completion of the project.

Stream Overflows

The City of Bridgeport operates a Combined Sewer System. This means that both sanitary sewage and storm water from wet weather events flow through our system. During heavy rains, Combined Sewer Overflows (CSO's) are designed to discharge the extra flow into receiving streams.

During wet weather events, residents can contact the City to determine which CSO's are discharging. If you have any questions regarding Combined Sewer Overflows, please contact Jared Cummons, Superintendent of Utilities, (304) 842-8212.

Annual Drinking Water Quality Report

Bridgeport 2023 CCR

Design and Construction Handbook

The City of Bridgeport Design and Construction Standards Code has been developed and designed to assist the public and the development in the City.

It contains information primarily concerned with the design and construction standards and guidelines for improvements related to subdivisions and site plans.

For more information, please contact Beth A. Fox, PE. 

Click here to view our Design and Construction Handbook.


Who should I contact about roadway signage and/or markings?

For more information regarding roadway signage and/or markings, please contact City Engineer, Beth Fox at 304-842-8231

When will my street be paved/repaired?

The City has a rotational road reconstruction and pavement maintenance program for selected public streets. 

Who is responsible for maintaining the sidewalk in front of my home?

Homeowners are responsible for keeping snow, ice, and debris off the sidewalks that are adjacent to their homes.

Where do I find information regarding the City's Pressure Program?

For more information, please call the City's Engineering Department at 304-842-8231.

Who would I contact for a streetlight outage?

For more information, please call the City's Code Enforcement at 304-842-8231.

Who would I contact regarding the floodplain?

For more information, please contact Jared V. Cummons at 304-842-8212.

Why does the City treat the water?

All drinking water contains various amounts and kinds of contaminants. Federal and state regulations establish limits, controls, and treatment practices to minimize contaminants and to reduce any subsequent health effects.

The City of Bridgeport publicly posts an annual water report to explain where your water comes from, what it contains, and how it compares to standards set by regulatory agencies. 

For more information, please contact Jared Cummons, Superintendent of Utilities, Monday through Friday (7:00 a.m-3:30 p.m) at 304-842-8212.

Staff / Hours of Operation

Director of Engineering & Public Utilities, Beth A. Fox, PE
Superintendent of Utilities/Floodplain Manager, Jared Cummons
Office Manager, Staci Unger


7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
(304) 842-8231
Emergency or after-hours call (304) 987-9987
515 W. Main Street
Bridgeport, WV 26330

Public Utilities

7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
(304) 842-8212
Emergency or after-hours call (304) 626-4900