As the name implies, Public Works keeps City facilities working to serve the public. From the streets to the airport, parks to the water tanks, buildings to buses, sewers to capital projects; Public Works:
- Otherwise Maintains All City Owned Public Property
Submit an action request form to the Public Works department.
Locate services, events and weather at the Paso Robles airport.
Capital Projects Management is a complex engineering endeavor to coordinate all aspects of public projects.
The name "Services" is key to our operation. We endeavor to provide excellent service to our customers whether they are members of the community, visitors or co-workers. Our influence extends over several distinct areas of our City.
Resources published by the Public Works Department, including water and wastewater quality reports, benchmarks, and City Standards and Specifications. Publications are also available for viewing in the City Library or upstairs in City Hall (1000 Spring Street, Paso Robles).
The City of Paso Robles is enrolled in the Phase II Municipal Stormwater Program as required by the State Water Resources Control Board. The program requires the City to develop and implement a Stormwater Management Plan (SWMP) in order to reduce or eliminate pollutants in Stormwater runoff and non-storm water discharges.
The City of Paso Robles owns a landfill and franchises for solid waste (trash) collection and recycling services within the city limits.
The City of Paso Robles Wastewater Division’s mission is to protect public health and the environment in the most cost-effective manner possible.
The City water system serves approximately 9,200 residential, 800 commercial, and 400 irrigation customers within the City of Paso Robles.