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Engineering Division
Engineering Division Overview
  • The Engineering Division serves to plan, design and construct improvements to public facilities and infrastructure
  • Plan and construct improvements to City streets, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, parks, storm drains, creeks, and public buildings   
  • Provide quality design review and inspection services for residents, developers, private contractors, and utility companies and ensure compliance with local regulations and design standards
  • Plan and implement safe, efficient, and accessible movements for all modes of travel in the City, including pedestrians, bicycles, vehicles, transit, and persons of all ages and abilities

Engineering Division Programs & Plans

Public Works Dept.
Yvetteh Ortiz
Public Works Director/City Engineer
510-215-4382

Engineering Division
Melissa Tigbao
Manager/Senior Engineer
510-215-4368

Encroachment Permits
& Street Improvement Requests

Paving, ADA, Traffic
City Hall
10890 San Pablo Avenue
510-215-4382
Precilla Mandujano
Management Assistant
Saied Aminian
Engineering Technician

Operations + Environmental Services Division
Maria Sanders
OESD Manager

Recycling+Environmental Resource Center
Recycling and Solid Waste
7501 Schmidt Ln
510-215-4350
Email

Clean Water Program
Street Tree Maintenance
Stephen Prée
Environmental Programs Manager

General Maintenance
Streets, Sidewalks, Lights, Parks, Fields, Signs, Graffiti
Report Illicit Discharges to Storm Drains and Creeks

510-215-4369
Lisa Ramos
Management Assistant

Afterhours Emergency Call-outs for Maintenance Concerns
510-233-1214

City News
El Niño Winter Storms
Getting prepared for El Niño is a team effort. City crews are working hard to prepare for what may become a very wet winter. This effort also requires help from El Cerrito residents and businesses. Click on the link to read how you can be prepared: Additional Info...
Sand Bags Now Available at a New Location Inside the El Cerrito Recycling Center
To help prevent flooding due to stormwater runoff from public right of ways, El Cerrito & Kensington residents can obtain up to 10 sandbags at the Recycling & Environmental Resource Center, 7501 Schmidt Lane. Limits apply. Read on...
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