The Public Works/Engineering Department manages and oversees the Town’s Capital Improvement Plan (CIP); provides assistance in the private land development project review and approval process, and issues grading and encroachment permits.
In addition to these tasks, the general municipal engineering and public works responsibilities include managing the Storm Water NPDES permit regulatory program, annual sewer fees calculation and processing, annual waste management program monitoring and reporting, sanitary sewer system maintenance oversight, sanitary sewer overflow (SSO) regulatory reporting and performing traffic speed surveys.
The Public Works Maintenance Division, located at 601 F Street, is responsible for the monitoring and maintenance of public infrastructure and right-of-way that includes streets, sidewalks, traffic signals, street lights, sanitary and storm drain systems, and public facilities. The Division also manages the sanitary sewer maintenance contract, traffic signal and streetlight maintenance contract, and provides assistance in the oversight of the landscape maintenance contract.
To report potholes, sidewalk repairs, downed tree limbs, or other roadway hazards, call (650) 757-8888 or go to our Report an Issue page and fill out and submit the appropriate form..
Find more information on stormwater pollution prevention from the San Mateo Countywide Water Pollution Prevention Program.