"Preserving Ventura's vital infrastructure and environment"
Ventura Public Works Mission: We build and maintain vital infrastructure and protect our environment for the safety, enjoyment and prosperity of future generations. Key services include: environmental education & outreach, recycling, energy conservation, stormwater & beach quality protection, traffic, transportation, parking management, pedestrian & bikeway advocacy, street repair, citywide cleaning, graffiti abatement, fleet & facilities, and design, construction & management of capital projects.
Public Works Director Rick Raives, firstname.lastname@example.org
Public Works Joins Top Agencies in the U.S. to Receive APWA Accreditation
Ventura Public Works has received the prestigious American Public Works Association (APWA) Accreditation Award. In July, 2014, APWA announced that Ventura was the 92nd Agency out of 38,142 cities, towns and counties throughout the United States to receive this honor. This award is a the “seal of approval” from APWA for implementing nationally recognized best practices, state-of-the-art operations, and most efficient use of public resources.
The City of Ventura Public Works Department is the 11th city in California to be accredited. Worldwide there are 95 agencies accredited – 93 in US and 2 in Canada.
Learn about the APWA Accreditation process and why it's good for Ventura...
Sand and sandbags available to Ventura residents, at the following locations:
- City of Ventura, Sanjon Mainentance Yard: 336 Sanjon Road
- Ventura City Fire Station #1: 717 N. Ventura Avenue
- Ventura City Fire Station #6: 10797 Darling Road (near Wells Road, across from Saticoy Golf Course)
When heavy rain is expected, the City of Ventura provides residents with sand and sandbags. Please bring your own shovel to any of the temporary locations.
Contact Chris Palmieri, Public Works Supervisor for more information, 805-652-4521, email@example.com or Rick Guzman, Environmental Services Division Secretary at 805-652-4525, firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you observe mud / debris in city streets or other non-emergency flooding problems, call Ventura Public Works at 805-652-4525 during regular business hours. On-call Public Works staff are also prepared to respond to emergency flooding situations outside normal work hours.
Call 911 if you observe severe flooding, mudflows and/or landslides threatening life and property.
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|08/19/2014||New 4-hour parking restrictions installed along...|
|07/07/2014||City of Ventura’s Public Works Department...|
|04/15/2014||Ventura’s Transportation Division announces...|
|01/29/2014||City of Ventura Calls for 10% Voluntary Water...|