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2020 Sweeping Schedule 

 The 2020 Street Sweeping Schedule has arrived!  Please take a look!

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!!! New Business Hours !!!

   The City of West Sacramento Public Works Department is going to be observing new business hours starting FEBRUARY 3rd, 2019.  On this date, the Public Works Corporation Yard located at 1951 South River Road will be open to the public Monday - Friday from 8:00am - 4:30pm.  If you want to drop off used cooking oil, rent a hydrant meter, or otherwise contact the Public Works Department please observe the new hours. 



What Does the Public Works Department Do?

   The City of West Sacramento Public Works Department is responsible for the City's road, water, sewer, storm drain, facilities, fleet, and equipment maintenance.  In addition, this department operates and maintains the City’s Water Treatment Plant, the City’s Street Sweeping Program, and the Graffiti and Pothole Hotline. View our street sweeping schedule and map.

  What used to be the Engineering and Mobility divisions have branched off to become their own department!  To see information on City projects and Transportation please visit the new Capital Projects and Transportation page!  

The Environmental Services division has also found a new home within the City's Community Development department.  To view their services please visit the Environmental Services and Sustainability Division page! 



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