The Utilities Engineering group is located within the Division of Utilities Planning and Engineering, and is the core group responsible for planning and implementing capital improvement projects for City utilities. While there is constant interaction and coordination with all City services, the focus of this group is with raw water, drinking water, wastewater, and reclaimed water infrastructure.
The overall mission of this work group is to Plan,
Prioritize, and Implement Capital Improvement
Projects within the Adopted Budget to Sustain
Quality Utility Services.
Due to the size, scope, and complexity of utility capital improvement projects, the Utilities Planning and Engineering group manages some of the largest on-going financial accounts in the City, and this budget supports the implementation of approximately 50 to 75 projects annually. The 5-year adopted capital improvement project budget can be accessed with the following link:
Additional services provided by the Utilities Planning and Engineering Division's Engineering group include:
Project budgeting, scoping, and scheduling.
Project management and implementation from initial studies and master planning though engineering design and construction.
Contract administration and management of outsourced services.
Construction management and inspections to maintain construction quality and ensure public health and safety is maintained.
Establishment and maintenance of City standards for new utility construction.
Identification and management of the utility improvements required to support community development, redevelopment, and growth in the utility service area.