During the week of May 16-22, 2021, the City of Santa Ana is celebrating National Public Works Week by recognizing the City’s Public Works Agency with a Proclamation at tomorrow’s May 18th City Council meeting. The theme for the week focuses on “Stronger Together.” By working together, the impact neighbors and Public Works professionals can have in the Santa Ana community is magnified and the results in the ability to accomplish goals once thought unattainable.
Public Works include those who manage water, sewer, fleet services, public roadways, sidewalks, and the maintenance of public buildings and grounds. Public Works has been serving the Santa Ana community for over 150 years.
It is the City’s 200 dedicated Public Works Agency employees that keeps our Santa Ana community beautiful and moving smoothly. Whether performing roadway repair, water and sewer services, solid waste collection, graffiti removal, pothole repairs, or capital improvements, it takes a team of versatile employees to provide some of the City’s most essential services. The community’s quality of life starts with Public Works.
Public Works is often the first to arrive and the last to leave when the City has an incident. We encouraged the community to recognize the significant contributions the City’s Public Works team makes to protecting everyone’s health, safety, and quality of life.
Santa Ana celebra la Semana Nacional de Obras Públicas
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