The Woodlake Public Works Department is responsible for conducting building inspections, maintaining streets, operating the City’s water system, operating the City’s sewer system, managing the City’s recycling program, capital projects, and maintaining the City’s buildings and parks.
Public Works provides inspection services for residential, commercial and industrial buildings within the Woodlake City limits.
Pulbic Works is responsible for the maintenance and safety of city streets and rights of way. This includes paving, signing, striping, curb, gutter, sidewalks and our capital replacement program for streets.
Public Works is responsible for the quality and quantity of water to serve our residents. This includes all necessary and required testing as well as insuring we have adequate long term supplies for our residents.
|Annual Drinking Water Quality Report 2016|
|Coliform Violation Notice July 2017|
|Stage 4 Water Conservation Flyer|
|EPA Local Drinking Water Information|
|CDPH Public Drinking Water Systems|
|Tulare County HHSA Water Quality Program|
Public Works is responsible for the Wastewater Treatment Plant and distribution system to include the safe collection and disposal of the City’s wastewater. This includes all necessary and required sampling and testing of wastewater and to insure long term expansion capacity for treatment and disposal.
Includes recycling activities planned by the city and Mid-Valley Disposal.
Includes capital projects under construction as well as future projects.
Buildings and Grounds
Public Works is responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of all city owned Parks and Buildings. This includes park reservations for both Miller Brown and Willow Ct. parks (reservations can be made at City Hall). Please call 559.564.2317 to report any unsafe conditions or graffiti on any city buildings or park facilities.
The Public Works Department is located at 595 S. Valencia Blvd. 559-564-2317