Water Main Replacement Program

Water Main Replacement Program

City Public Works Engineers and Water Services Division have been working hard to replace miles of aging water pipelines for our community.

Prepared for Disaster – Watsonville Pilots Drill for Disaster Response

Prepared for Disaster - Watsonville Pilots Drill for Disaster Response

October 17th marks the Anniversary of the 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake. The Watsonville Emergency Airlift Command Team (W.E.A.C.T.) made up of volunteer pilots prepare for any future disasters! ...

Watsonville Environmental Science Workshop

Watsonville Environmental Science Workshop

Have you visited the City of Watsonville's Environmental Science Workshop? If you haven't, you're missing out. Find out more about this educational and fun program for the whole family! ...

Citywide Fiber Optic Project is Underway

Citywide Fiber Optic Project is Underway

Have you been wondering why many streets are marked up? Read all about the Citywide Fiber Optics Project!

Teachers Attend The Water Education Workshop

Teachers Attend The Water Education Workshop

Every year local teachers attend the Water Education Workshop sponsored by the City of Watsonville, CREEC, and Soquel Creek Water District.

Keeping Up With Watsonville

Keeping Up With Watsonville

Don't forget the permitted watering schedule which was established by the State and adopted by the City. Read more to find out the details.

City is Using Cutting Edge Material

City is Using Cutting Edge Material

Public Works & Utilities' Water Operations Division continues work on replacing the water main on College Road from Cutter Drive to Lake View Road.

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.

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