Transportation Improvement Plan Funds Neighborhood Projects

Transportation Improvement Plan Funds Neighborhood Projects

Learn more about Measure D, the Transportation Improvement Plan which provides funding for transportation projects.

View the “State of the City” Video

View the State of the City Video

If you missed the First "State of the City" Address, you can view the video.

However You Move – Get there Safer and Faster – SCCRTC

However You Move - Get there Safer and Faster - SCCRTC

Read the Fact Sheet on the Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission's 2016 Transportation Improvement Plan (TRIP).

Work Continues on the First Adaptive Traffic Control System

Work Continues on the First Adaptive Traffic Control System

Work continues along Freedom Blvd. for the installation of the City's first adaptive traffic control systems. Read more to learn all the details of this project.

American Diesel Breaks Ground at Municipal Airport

American Diesel Breaks Ground at Municipal Airport

American Diesel breaks ground at Municipal Airport!

Check Out What’s Happening at the Environmental Science Workshop

Check Out What's Happening at the Environmental Science Workshop

If you haven't been to the Watsonville Environmental Science Workshop located at Marinovich Community Center, 120 Second St., then you're missing out! Read more for all the details.

PG&E Pipeline Safety Initiative Update

PG&E Pipeline Safety Initiative Update

PG&E's safety work is scheduled to begin in Watsonville the week of July 25 and is anticipated to take approximately two months to complete. Read more for all the details.

Project Bidding

  • Listing of Advertised Projects
  • Listing of Advertised RFQ's and RFP's
  • Bid results
 
 

Public Works & Utilities Department

Steve Palmisano
Director of Public Works & Utilities 
250 Main Street
Watsonville, CA 95076
831-768-3100
Maria Esther Rodriguez
Assistant Director of Public Works & Utilities
250 Main Street
Watsonville, CA 95076
831-768-3100
 

 

 

 

 


As the City’s largest department, the Public Works and Utilities Department operates and maintains nearly all of the City’s infrastructure while also providing many of the City services that residents use on a daily basis.

Who fixes the potholes, removes graffiti, sweeps the streets, keeps the water flowing, collects and treats the sewage, repairs street lights, builds nature trails, maintains the fire engines and police cars, plans and builds streets and  bridges, and empties the garbage and recycle carts? The Public Works and Utilities Department staff works hard to provide these and other essential services to our residents and businesses.

You can read more About Us….