Maintenance and Operations

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Mission Statement
The Mission of Maintenance & Operations Division is to maintain public infrastructure and provide quality services in a reliable, responsible, and effective manner that enhances public trust and community pride.

The Maintenance and Operations Division maintains the City's streets, curb and gutters, sidewalks, residential trees in the right-of-way, catch basins and miscellaneous drainage facilities, street sweeping, graffiti removal, City’s fleet, and administers the solid waste/recycling programs.

Additionally, the Maintenance and Operations Division responds to emergency situations, including severe storms, to provide a safer environment to the community.

The City encourages our residents to be our eyes and ears in the community and to notify us when you notice public works related issues within the community. To report a Street Maintenance issue or concern, please call us at 951.413.3160.

The Maintenance and Operations Division is responsible for the following programs:

For details about the programs, select a tab below.

Contact
Robert Lemon
Maintenance and Operations Division Manager
Phone: 951.413.3160

Street Maintenance

Street paver

The Street Maintenance Program maintains over 1,000 lane miles of street including weed/litter abatement, pothole repair, crack sealing, street reconstruction, shoulder repair/grading, and illegal dumping.

Storm Drain Maintenance

Storm drain maintenance

The Storm Drain Program monitors and cleans the City’s storm water drainage system, with approximately 2,200 catch basins inspected/cleaned each year. This program assists the City in meeting its National Pollutants Discharge Elimination Systems (NPDES ) compliance with the Federal Clean Water Act.

For information on how to report Illegal Discharges into storm drains, click here.

Tree Maintenance

Tree trimming

The Tree Program maintains the trees within residential street rights-of-way. Please contact the Maintenance and Operations Division when you see a residential tree obscuring vehicular vision, blocking pedestrian travel on sidewalks, or causing damage to public infrastructure.

Concrete Maintenance

Sidewalk concrete repair

The Concrete Program removes and replaces damaged sidewalk and damaged curb and gutter. This program also prevents trip hazards by placing asphalt ramping or grinding as sidewalk trip hazards are reported.

Please contact the Maintenance and Operations Division when you see a potential trip hazard along City sidewalks or curb and gutters.

Graffiti Removal

Graffiti removal

The Graffiti Program provides services 7-days per week for removal of graffiti from public and private property visible from the public right-of-way. The goal of the program is to remove graffiti within 24 hours of a location being reported.

Vehicle/Equipment Maintenance

Vehicle maintenance

The Vehicle/Equipment Program maintains the City’s fleet that includes vehicles and equipment with gasoline, diesel, propane, and natural gas powered engines. This program is also involved in providing fuel, vehicle replacement, and after-hour emergency response repairs.

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Moreno Valley, CA 92552
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