The Public Works Department is committed to providing the highest quality services in the most cost effective manner, while ensuring that the maintenance, construction, and operations of the public facilities and programs under its care are adequate, safe, and serviceable to the satisfaction of its customers.
The Public Works Department provides engineering services and capital planning to ensure a high quality of public infrastructure and is responsible for rehabilitating and restoring the City’s infrastructure (i.e. facilities, streets, water pipelines, sewer system), providing safe and reliable water delivery, improving the flow of traffic, maintaining parkway streets and landscape, cleaning of City streets, overseeing transportation programs, managing the City’s sanitary sewer system, and coordinating refuse and recycling programs.
Fleet & Equipment Maintenance
Parks & Facilities
Preventing Water Pollution
Street Maintenance & Operations
Design & Inspection of Street/ Highway/ Bike Path Construction
Surveying & Mapping Operations
Storm Water & Sewer System Management
Review of Land Use
Solid Waste Management Program
Water & Sewer
Conservation of Safe Potable Water
Water Quality Report
Sanitary Sewer System Maintenance
117 Macneil Street, San Fernando, CA 91340
(818) 898-1222 | PublicWorks@sfcity.org
*Note: City Hall is closed every other Friday due to a 9/80 work schedule
Among the most popular upgrades that are eligible under this program, are whole-home heating and cooling (HVAC), solar power installations, energy-saving windows, roofing and insulation, among other types of energy and water efficient improvements. Property owners are able to borrow up to 15% of their property’s value and repay the loan over a fixed time period through an assessment on their property tax bill.
The HERO Program is different from traditional consumer financing because approvals are based primarily on the amount of equity a homeowner has in their home. All financing and project approvals are processed through HERO Program staff, and not through the City of San Fernando. Altogether, 228 communities participate in the HERO Program and more than $100 Million in energy efficiency upgrades have been approved.
For more information about the program, eligibility requirements, and financing details, please visit the HERO Program website or contact their representatives.