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About the Department

General Description:

Telephone/Voicemail: (707)441-4194
Fax: (707) 441-4202 (please specify Engineering on the cover sheet)
Department E-mail:
engineering@ci.eureka.ca.gov

The Engineering Department is responsible for the planning, design and capital improvement of the City’s infrastructure. All current and historical maps and plans of the City’s infrastructure are filed and stored by the Engineering Department. Public health and safety needs are met by the Traffic/Signals division. Planning, programming, design and construction services are provided by the Development and Construction divisions, as well as other City departments. Property Management administers City- and Redevelopment- owned real property and also oversees the Eureka Municipal Golf Course and Eureka Municipal Airport in Samoa. The Geographic Information System (GIS) provides mapping and parcel data.

Development:

The Development division is responsible for processing development projects as they relate to public infrastructure, including roads, water systems, sewer systems, drainage control and traffic signal systems. Development also ensures all construction in the public right-of-way complies with adopted codes, engineering standards, and that all proper permits have been issued prior to the commencement of work.

Construction:

The Construction division plans, prepares for public bid, and administers Capital Improvement Projects listed in the City’s Capital Improvement Program, including design, survey and construction management and inspection. The division also assists other City departments with various projects requiring engineering review and oversight, and coordinates between various City departments and the public for all work affecting City infrastructure.

Traffic/Signals:

The Traffic division assesses neighborhood traffic concerns; implements corrective measures to enhance vehicle, bicycle, and pedestrian safety; provides for the management, operation, preventive maintenance, and repair of City-owned traffic signal equipment; and provides staff support to the Transportation Safety Commission.

Property Management:

The Property Management division provides for and plans, coordinates and monitors the activities of City-owned and Redevelopment Agency-owned real property, and manages leases, and sales and acquisition of real property, rights-of-way and easements. The Property Manager also functions as the manager of the Eureka Municipal Airport in Samoa, and is the Staff liaison for the operator of the Eureka Municipal Golf Course.