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Public Works - 909-620-2261

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Mission Statement

The City of Pomona Public Works Department Mission is "Providing essential services and infrastructure to enhance our community's life every day".

Department Function
The Department provides a broad base of services for the community through its divisions.  Services include quality customer care in the areas of: delivery of trash and recycling collection to Pomona residents and businesses, and the maintenance of all City equipment, including; construction and maintenance of streets, street lighting and traffic signals; maintenance of City buildings and facilities; landscape of City parks and medians as well as maintenance of trees located within the public rights-of-way; engineering and contract administration of public improvements; review of design and construction of public/private development, environmental compliance and oversight, plan review, permit issuance for and inspection of building development within the City.  Additionally, the Department oversees the implementation of the City’s Capital Improvement Plan and General Sanitation Fee program.

 
Administration
  • Administration
  • Air Quality Compliance Education
  • Metrolink Subsidy Program
  • Beverage Container Recycling Program
  • Used Oil Recycling Program
  • Tire Recycling Program
  • Spring Community Clean-Ups
  Recycling
  • Beverage Containers
  • Used Oil
  • Tires
Engineering Services
  • Capital Projects
  • Construction
  • Request for Proposal
  • Traffic Operation (Signal and Lighting)
  • Transportation and Development
Solid Waste
  • Administration Services Refuse
  • Illegal Dumping
  • Residential Refuse
  • Shopping Cart Retrieval
Environmental Programs (Water Resources Department)
  • Energy Efficiency, Conservation & Sustainability Programs
  • Stormwater Pollution Prevention Program
  • Water Conservation
Public Services (Streets and Solid Waste)
  • Graffiti Abatement
  • Paint and Signs
  • Streets
  • Street Sweeping
  • Street Trees
Equipment Maintenance
  • Equipment Maintenance
  • Facilities
Parks and Facilities
  • City Tree Maintenance (Does not include Private Trees)
  • City Facility Maintenance (excluding PD Facilities)
  • Median Maintenance
  • Parks Maintenance
  • Phillips Ranch Assessment District (Open Space and Green Belt Maintenance
  • Transit Center Maintenance

  

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Shopping Carts - 909-620-2362

 Abandoned Shopping Cart Retrieval ProgramSupermarket Cart

In an onging effort to keep the City of Pomona beautiful, this service is provided by City staff in the Public Works Department, Solid Waste Division.

Shopping carts abandoned in alleys, streets, sidewalks and other public rights-of-way are a public nuisance in neighborhoods, and are a hazard to pedestrian and vehicular traffic.  Please do your part in reporting any abandoned shopping carts. 

Reporting Phone Number (909) 620-2362

Once reported, the abandoned shopping cart will be picked up within 48 hours. 

Thank you for doing your part to help keep Pomona Vibrant, Safe and Beautiful

 

 Unauthorized removal of a shopping cart from the store parking lot is a violation of state law (California Business and Professional Code, Section 22435).

 

 

 
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