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- Engineering Division
Engineering administers the City's Computerized Pavement Management Program (PMP) and implements necessary streets maintenance projects.
Engineering also coordinates with the Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission regarding regional transportation and the allocation of state and federal transportation funding. They also coordinate with Santa Cruz and Monterey Counties regarding flood control projects and related issues.
Bids & Proposals
The Engineering Division is responsible for public works construction projects for the city. These projects include new construction, improvements and renovations of public buildings, parks and recreation facilities, streets, traffic signals, street lights, wastewater collection system, water systems and storm systems.
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Engineering Frequently Asked Questions
Public Improvement Standards
The Public Improvement Standards are necessary in order to clearly define the minimum construction standard for new development in Watsonville.
Discover how the City of Watsonville plans to manage stormwater.
State Stormwater Permits
Learn about State Industrial and Construction Site permits.
The City of Watsonville enacted new post construction requirements for managing storm runoff from new development and redevelopment projects. The new regulations closely follow the requirements adopted by the Central Coast Regional Water Quality Board on July 12, 2013.
Streets / Sidewalks
Within the City of Watsonville, a property owner is responsible to maintain the sidewalk, driveway, curb, and gutter adjacent to their property in good condition so as to not interfere with the public safety and use.
Traffic Engineering Services
Traffic Engineering is responsible for a wide variety of activities including the design, operation and maintenance of traffic signals and street lights.