The City’s Capital Improvements Projects Program continues its aggressive efforts to keep up with the needs of our growing community. Funding for these projects comes from a variety of developer impact fees, State and Federal grant funds, and the State’s gasoline tax (SB1).
The Sewer Engineering Division is responsible for engineering the sewer and storm water collection system.
The Storm Water Engineering Division is responsible for coordinating and implementing the City’s Storm Water Management Program, a comprehensive program required under the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES); Storm Water Regulations (Phase II MS4 permit) regulated by the State Water Resources Quality Control Board (SWRQCB).
The Traffic Engineering Division is responsible for
transportation and traffic safety planning, as well as
bicycle/pedestrian related projects. Activities include
reviewing capital and development projects for traffic safety,
bicycle and pedestrian impacts, preparing grant
applications, conducting traffic modeling studies, and other