Public works


Fairfield City Hall
222 S. Mount Street
Fairfield, Texas 75840

Clyde Woods
Director of Public Works

Clyde hired in with the City of Fairfield on March 14, 2005. He has a Class “A” Water License and a Class “B” Wastewater License, along with being certified as a Customer Service Inspector. The Public Works Utility Division is responsible for maintenance of the City’s water and wastewater infrastructure. This includes four water wells, two water treatment plants, 10 lift stations in the City limits, two main lift stations, and a 1.5 million gallons a day waste water treatment plant that serves the City of Fairfield, a 200,000-gallon package plant that serves the Boyd Unit and two water wells with a water treatment plant located about five miles outside the City limits.

Jerry Hughes
Parks Supervisor


Jerry has been with the City of Fairfield for over six years. He is responsible for maintaining the parks, ball fields, fairgrounds, medians, and all city-owned buildings. Jerry focuses on beautifying the courthouse square and downtown area with flowers and seasonal decorations. Jerry assists in organizing city functions. He coordinates the Fun Day in the Park activities, an annual event for the 4th through the 8th graders, with the Fairfield Independent School District teachers. Jerry holds a private applicators license and several certifications in the areas of pumps, motors, and ball field maintenance. Jerry works closely with the soccer and softball associations. He represents the City serving on the Fair Board and several committees: Christmas, Halloween, Show of Wheels, fair parades, rodeos, stock shows, and Movies in the Park.

Gary Crook
Streets and Construction Supervisor


Gary has been employed with the City of Fairfield for over 26 years.  He is responsible for all new construction of water main lines and wastewater main lines as well as maintaining existing lines located throughout the City’s infrastructure.  He ensures all mowing of city streets and alleyways are completed in a timely manner as well as all drainage issues.  Gary is also responsible for the maintenance of city streets as well as street signs and asphalting.

Albert Gallegos
Water & Wastewater Supervisor


Albert hired in with the City of Fairfield on July 28, 2005. He has a Class “C” Water License, a Class “B” Wastewater License, and an Apprentice Electrician License. He is responsible for maintaining the City water plants and collection system which includes four water wells and 12 lift stations. He oversees a 1.5 million gallons a day wastewater treatment plant which serves the City of Fairfield.

Albert Gallegos


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