Fix A Leak Week

Fix A Leak Week

Fix a Leak Week is celebrated in March of each year as a time to remind Americans to check their household fixtures and irrigation systems for leaks.

Zero Waste Month

Zero Waste Month

Zero Waste Month: March 20-April 21. Come and visit the Nature Center and learn what Zero Waste is all about.

Thanks For Taking the Measure D Survey

Thanks For Taking the Measure D Survey

There's still time to take the survey and let us know what types of projects should be funded with Measure D.

Freedom Blvd. Reconstruction Update

Freedom Blvd. Reconstruction Update

Work continues on Freedom Blvd. Please be aware of re-routing of traffic during this project.

Residents, Businesses Asked to Report Storm Damage

Residents, Businesses Asked to Report Storm Damage

The County of Santa Cruz and local cities are asking residents who suffered significant damage to their home, business or property during recent storms to report the damage immediately.

Re-establishment of Speed Limits

Re-establishment of Speed Limits

New speed limits will be established for eight segments around the city. Read more to find out the locations.

Thank You to All Who Volunteered at World Wetlands Day 2017

Thank You to All Who Volunteered at World Wetlands Day 2017

World Wetlands Day was held on Saturday, February 4th, 2017 and over 250 volunteers turned out and ready to plant along Upper Struve Slough Trail (behind Nob Hill).

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….