The Mission of the Public Works Department is to exemplify good governance of the City of Santa Paula by providing the highest quality service delivery to its citizens.
The Public Works Department is a highly trained, dedicated, and responsive service-oriented department; comprised of the following service divisions:
The 2021 Pavement Management Report is Now Available
This report gives the condition of the City's paved roads, which helps the City find the most cost-effective strategies for maintaining the City's roads.
Click here to read the 2021 Pavement Management Report.
County Transportation Commission Representation
The Public Works Department represents the City as a technical advising member agency to the Ventura County Transportation Commission (VCTC) on matters of transportation and transit. For more information, please follow this this link to the VCTC home page.
Traffic Safety Committee
The purpose of the Traffic Safety Committee is to meet and discuss traffic issues such as speeding, traffic signals and other safety issues; collaborate and coordinate with other City divisions on solutions to fix and improve traffic conditions in the City; assist with enforcement and administration of traffic regulations; to assist with preparation and publication of traffic reports.
The Traffic Safety Committee (TSC) meets on the third Tuesday of every other month, at 11:00 a.m. at the Public Works Department Offices, located at 866 E. Main Street, Santa Paula, CA 93060. The meeting schedule can be found here.
TSC Documents can be found here.
Public Works Project Documents