Public Works / Engineering


The Public Works Department administers an array of services, funneled through the Engineering and Public Services divisions. Supervised by the Public Works Director, the department implements the goals and objectives established by the City Council, while responding to residents’ concerns and administering citywide programs, contracts and capital improvement projects.

Public Works Services include: 

  • Capital Improvement Program (CIP)
  • Graffiti Abatement
  • Street Lights
  • Traffic Signals
  • Tree Maintenance 
  • Park & Trail Maintenance
  • Sidewalks
  • Street Maintenance (Potholes)
  • Street Signs
  • Storm Drains

For sewer & water-related services or inquiries, please contact East Valley Water District (909) 889-9501


The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is a program designed for the development of long-lasting investments in the City’s infrastructure. Such improvements include: bridge, interchange, pavement management, drainage, traffic signal, trail, street improvements, & sidewalk projects. The City maintains a five-year outlook of its capital improvements through the Five-Year Capital Improvement Program, and is estimated to be more than $227 million. The CIP serves as a critical planning tool to help establish, prioritize, organize, and fund the City’s investments in the community.

The major community capital projects for 2023/2024 are:

  • Sector A Pavement Rehab & Maintenance
  • Sycamore Storm Drain
  • Elder Creek/Plunge Creek Confluence
  • Base Line Traffic Signal
  • City Creek/Alabama Street Bikeway
  • 3rd/5th St. Corridor Improvements
  • Greenspot Road Parkway & Median Improvements
  • Natural Parkland Trail

5-Year Capital Improvement Program


Pavement Management Program is a planning tool that utilizes engineering software to manage pavement of the City’s street system in a centralized database. It utilizes engineering software to forecast pavement maintenance needs and assists in budgeting for pavement management.  In essence, the PMP helps the City to identify pavement maintenance strategies and to prioritize pavement projects in a cost-effective manner to best serve the community.  

2023 PMP Sector Maps

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE)

To assist prospective bidders with Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) participation in public works projects, please visit the following links: