The employees of the Public Works Department are dedicated to leading
the water and wastewater utility by protecting our environment and
natural water resources, relying on innovative operating and maintenance
processes, and providing the highest possible level of service and support to
all our customers. To provide an acceptable quality of life for the community
with adequate storm-water drainage systems, safe roads, and the maintenance and
beautification of city-owned rights-of-way, and to coordinate and implement
superior customer service and creditable project management.
City of Shasta Lake
Public Works Department
4332 Vallecito St.
Shasta Lake, CA 96019
Monday - Friday
7:00 am - 3:30 pm
The Water Distribution division has two components
- Water Installation - Installation of residential water service lines and water meters.
- Water Preventative Maintenance - Maintenance and repair of water meters, water valves, fire hydrants, air release valves, and all other appurtenances that comprise the water distribution system
The Wastewater Collection division is divided into four work units:
Streets and Drainage
- Sewer Installation - Installation of sewer service lines.
- Sewer Preventative Maintenance - Maintenance and repair of sewer mains, sewer valves, air release valves, and all other appurtenances that comprise the collection system.
- Lift Station - Repairs, preventative maintenance, and rehabilitation of all city-owned lift stations.
- Inflow and Infiltration - Gravity sewer main inspections and cleaning, point repairs, and manhole rehabilitation.
The Public Works Department maintains the city's 67
miles of paved roads, including pothole repairs, and oversees the paving
program and catch basin cleaning. The Storm Drain
Utility is responsible for installing, monitoring, maintaining, and cleaning
the storm drain system. The department
also trims trees that overhang into street right of ways.
- The City of Shasta Lake requires any homeowner, contractor, or utility company working within the public right-of-way to obtain an encroachment permit. Please contact the Permit Center at (530) 275-7430 for more information.
- California state law requires that Underground Service Alert North be contacted two working days prior to any excavation within the public right-of-way. USA North can be reached at 811 or at 1-800-227-2600.
- No construction debris or stockpiling of materials shall be placed in the street or within the public right-of-way.