The Engineering Division of the Public Works Department is responsible for administration of the department, the management of the City's Capital Improvement Program (CIP), Development Engineering services, and the management of City Environmental Programs.
The Maintenance Division of the Public Works Department maintains public facilities for the City of Stanton. These facilities include Roadways, Traffic Signals, Medians, Parks, Sewer Mains, and City Buildings. Services are provided using a combination of in-house personnel and private contractors.
The City of Stanton Public Works Department is responsible for the maintenance of City streets, sidewalks, parks, trees, sewers, storm drains, public facilities and performing graffiti abatement.
•Park and Landscape Maintenance
The Engineering Division manages the City’s infrastructure by administering planning, programming, budgeting, construction, and maintenance in the most cost effective method to meet the needs of the community.
The Engineering Division is responsible for the design and construction of the City’s Capital Improvement Program (CIP). This includes improvements to the street, traffic signals, storm drains and sewer systems along with public facilities and parks. Effective management of the City CIP starts from project conception, obtaining financing (grant funding as much as possible), design, construction, and future maintenance. The Engineering Division also reviews proposed private developments and recommends conditions of approval, provides plan check services, issues permits for construction in the City right-of-way, and manages the City’s solid waste program.
Engineering staff enforces compliance with Federal, State, and City requirements and inspects all improvements within the public right-of-way, including improvements constructed by private developments and utility companies. Staff provides information, assistance, and technical reports/studies as needed. Additionally, the Engineering Division represents the City on OCTA, Caltrans, Orange County grant programs and regional engineering projects.
•Forms and Applications
•Traffic and Transportation
•Storm Water Program
•Fats, Oil and Grease (FOG) Program
•Solid Waste and Recycling Programs