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Public Works paintingPublic Works performs administrative, technical and operational activities in support of the City’s infrastructure and related services in the following areas; Transportation, Waste Water, Storm Drainage, Water, Engineering, Solid Waste, Fleet, Building Facilities and Capital Improvements. The Department strives to protect the City’s investment in its infrastructure and public facilities, plans for future improvements to address changing needs, and ensure the health and safety of the community in the most efficient and cost effective manner.

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Recent Content

  • Wednesday Water Workshops

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    For Immediate Release Contact: Jennifer Gilbert, Conservation Coordinator, City of Davis 530-757-5688

    The City of Davis is hosting a series of water conservation workshops. These … more

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  • ECO CLASSES SCHEDULED FOR MAY

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    For Release: April 21, 2015 Contact: Jennifer Gilbert, Conservation Coordinator, City of Davis 530-757-5688

    The City of Davis is hosting a series of Eco-Classes in May! Please join us as we … more

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  • Street Light Repair List

    The City of Davis tracks street lights that are not working and relies on community input to identify any light outages. To report a light that is not working, a citizen can notify the City via our … more

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  • Drought

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    Governor Declares Drought

    On January 17, 2014 Governor Jerry Brown issued a drought state of emergency declaration in response to record-low water levels in California’s rivers and reservoirs … more

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  • Wastewater Performance Measures

    Product Quality

    Productivity

    Number of sanitary sewer overflows per 100 miles of pipe per year

    Financial Viability

    This is done by fiscal year: quantifies costs related to wastewater … more

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