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David Schickling, Director
David Schickling
Director
Bio

The Public Works Department is comprised of six divisions: Streets, Water, Solid Waste Disposal, Engineering, Fleet, and Civic Center Maintenance. Public Works is dedicated to contributing to a safe environment for the community by providing fast and courteous service to its customers.

  • The Street Division maintains a total of 194.6 miles of streets, including 6.4 miles of State Highway (72). In addition, this Division is responsible for maintaining streetlights, street signs, and sweeping.
    The Water Division provides water service to 48,000 customers and operates and maintains a water pumping plant that produces 8,000,000 gallons of water per day.
  • The Solid Waste Disposal Division operates the City’s landfill which can be utilized by City of Whittier residents only.
  • The Engineering Division oversees capital improvement projects pertaining to City streets and sidewalks. In addition, this division provides information pertaining to traffic and parking issues and public right-of-way. The Engineering Division also issues excavation permits, easements and property vacations.
  • The Fleet and Civic Center Maintenance Divisions maintains City-owned vehicles and buildings respectively.
  • Finally, the Sewer Division is part of Streets and is responsible for the maintenance and repair of all sewer mains throughout the City.

Public Works Responsibilities

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