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Physical address:
110 S. Pine Street, Suite 221 
Santa Maria, CA 93458

Mailing address:
110 S. Pine Street, Suite 101
Santa Maria, CA 93458 

Hours of Operation: Monday through Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., closed Fridays.

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The Department of Public Works/Engineering is responsible for ensuring that City-owned transportation infrastructure and facilities, transit services and capital improvement programs are designed, engineered, constructed, maintained and/or modified in a presentable and safe condition. The department coordinates a variety of activities and services including the preparation of plans and specifications for public works related construction projects; the design and inspection of public facilities; ensuring the proper installation of all public improvements made in new subdivisions, such as streets, curbs, gutters, sidewalks, water mains, sewer lines, and drainage; and provides custodial service to City facilities. The Streets division is responsible for preventive and regular maintenance of streets and appurtenant facilities. Santa Maria Area Transit (SMAT) system provides a regional public transportation service. 

Celebrating National Public Works Week (May 16-22)

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City Development Projects/Encroachment Permits

To discuss development projects, encroachment permits, as-built plans for public utilities, driveway approaches, property lines, sewer laterals, curb, gutter and sidewalk concerns, water services, hot-taps, water meters, and Public Improvement Plan Submittals (PIPs), please contact the Engineering Division at (805) 925-0951 ext. 2225, or send us an email for development projects/encroachment permits

City Lights / Traffic Signals
Report inoperable streetlights and traffic signal concerns by contacting (805) 925-0951 ext. 2229. After hours or on weekends you may leave a message on the City's Streetlight Hotline - (805) 925-0951 ext. 2229.

City Sidewalk / Potholes
Report a damaged, raised or hazardous City sidewalk or a pothole by contacting (805) 925-0951 ext. 2229.

City Facilities
To report an unsafe condition at a City facility contact (805) 925-0951 ext. 2229.

Public Works Organizational Chart

photo of Kevin McCune, Director of Public WorksKEVIN McCUNE
Director of Public Works/City Engineer
City phone: (805) 925-0951 ext. 2225
110 S. Pine Street, Suite 221
Santa Maria, CA 93458
Email: kmccune@cityofsantamaria.org

 

 

Mission Statement

To effectively provide public works services to all City residents in a courteous, responsive, responsible and efficient manner.

2021-22 Goals and Objectives

  1. Identify key internal stakeholders from each Department and conduct a fleet, facility, and construction needs assessment to document service and operational enhancements to meet current and future organization-wide needs.
  2. Coordinate with the Finance Department to survey transit data and financial reporting over the previous fiscal year to identify late or incomplete submittals. Collaborate with Finance to upgrade process and remove operational barriers to on-time submittals.
  3. To support planning, environmental, and design progress of a new interchange at Highway 101 and Broadway (State Route 135) to accommodate growth and support economic development, prepare and submit Intersection Control Evaluation and Traffic Operations Analysis Report to Caltrans for review and comment.
  4. Finalize design for decorative crosswalk project selection at Broadway and Main, and Main and Cook and submit to Caltrans Encroachment Permit division for approval, in preparation for construction in 2022-23 after Caltrans signal projects.
  5. Prepare and update work plans for Public Works divisions to ensure the accomplishment and implementation of goals and objectives and success of initiatives.
  6. Adopt a Local Roadway Safety Plan that creates a framework to identify and analyze roadway/intersection safety issues, recommend improvements, and qualify for Highway Safety Improvement Program funding.
  7. Collaborate with the Community Development Department on the update of the General Plan, identifying circulation network needs to meet projected growth.
  8. Restore transit services using a multi-tiered approach that removes barriers to ridership and right-sizes public transit to new post-COVID ridership demands with an increased focus on passenger safety.
  9. Inspect all SMAT bus stops and identify upgrade needs including shelters, lights, ramps, and signs.  Prepare a prioritized replacement list. 
  10. Initiate Automatic Vehicle Locations ITS system pilot project and digital bus pass with Modeshift and Tripshot to enhance transit data gathering and improved rider experience.


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