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About Public Works
Public Works (PW) is responsible for the engineering and maintenance of the City’s infrastructure, and for all new capital projects. PW is organized into two Divisions; Engineering (engineers, inspectors, administrative support) and Operations & Maintenance (the field crews).
Staff and Contact Info
- Randy Breault | Public Works Director, City Engineer | (415) 508-2130 | firstname.lastname@example.org
- Diane Cannon | Administrative Assistant | (415) 508-2130 | email@example.com
- Bayshore Blvd Rock Slope Improvement Project - "Ice House Hill"
September - December 2016 (click above for map and details)
Public works is made up of the following departments:
Administration – provides overall management for PW
Streets/Storm Drain/Lighting – provides engineering and maintenance resources for the City’s streets, right-of-way, and storm drain system
Buildings & Grounds – provides engineering and maintenance for the City’s buildings and turf & landscaped areas
Park Maintenance – provides engineering and maintenance for the City’s recreational areas (swimming pool, Community Park, etc.)
Sierra Point Lighting & Landscape – provides engineering and maintenance for the assessment district at Sierra Point
Development - provides engineering and inspection services related to grading permits, encroachment permits, and development review
Water – provides engineering and maintenance for central Brisbane’s water system
Guadalupe Valley Municipal Improvement District - provides engineering and maintenance for the water, sewer, storm drain, streets, landscaping and lighting in the Crocker Park and Northeast Ridge area
National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System - provides engineering and maintenance to conform with the requirements of the federal Clean Water Act and the state storm water discharge permit
City staff also helps to oversee the San Mateo Countywide Storm Water Pollution Prevention Program. Click here to watch a staff interview and learn more about the program.
For information on the City of Brisbane's "Adopt-a-Drain" program, please click here.
Sewer - provides engineering and maintenance for central Brisbane’s sewer system
PW provides the engineering and maintenance for twenty-five (25) miles of water main, four water reservoirs, four water pump stations, nineteen (19) miles of sewer main, four sewer lift stations, twenty-three (23) miles of roads, nineteen (19) public facilities, forty-four (44) landscaped areas, and over 350 trees. Working on these (and all the other unnamed items) requires an aggressive schedule of proactive maintenance.
"Brisbane Public Works - Proud to be of Service"