Public Works Department
Denix Anbiah, Director of Public Works
1110 West Capitol Avenue, 1st Floor
West Sacramento, CA 95691
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The 2015-17 Public Works Department operating budget focuses resources on essential services to meet the City's strategic goals. As of 2016, the Public Works Department is comprised of 6 divisions: Administration, Engineering, Transportation, Operations, City Architect, and Environmental Program.
It is the mission of the Public Works Department to deliver sustainable infrastructure and quality services that benefit the public and add value to our community.
We accomplish our mission with collaboration, integrity and a sense of pride; through an empowered workforce that is accountable, safe and responsive; and through stewardship of our community's resources.
Administration And Finance
The Administration and Finance team support Human Resources and Finance activities for Public Works. Administration and Finance staff is responsible for accounts payable/ receivable, enforcing city protocols and procedures, contract administration, work order development and special projects.
Public Works Engineering
Public Works Engineering includes our Engineering staff that constructs countless Capital Improvement Projects. Other services provided by Engineering include Construction Inspection, Facilities/Project Management, and Drafting Services. For further information on our construction projects, please visit the Major Projects webpage.
Public Works Transportation is responsible for funding and priorities of city capital projects, maintenance of the city traffic signal and traffic management program, the Downtown/Riverfront Streetcar Project and implementation of the 2013 Bicycle, Pedestrian Trails Master Plan.
Public Works Operations
Public Works Operations is our largest and most visible division within the department responsible for the operation and maintenance of the City's infrastructure. This division houses the areas of Water Treatment, Utility Maintenance (Water Distribution, Sewer Collection, Road Maintenance, Storm Water), and Facilities Maintenance.
The Environmental Programs Division manages Storm Water Pollution Prevention, Water Conservation and Refuse and Recycling Programs for the City of West Sacramento. The division goal is for the City to meet and exceed federal and state environmental protection measures to ensure West Sacramento continues to be a great place to live for generations to come.
The City Architect consist of developing, transforming and delivering both on time and on budget, high quality, cost effective public parks and facilities. In addition, this division includes overseeing any projects for the City along with performing a variety of technical tasks relative to the assigned area of responsibility.
Public Works is responsible for funding and priorities of city capital projects, maintenance of the city traffic signal and traffic management program, the Downtown/Riverfront Streetcar Project and implementation of the 2013 Bicycle, Pedestrian Trails Master Plan.