The Public Works Department provides a wide range of maintenance and repair services to the community. The department consists of six divisions; Administrative, Water, Streets, Parks and Landscape, Equipment Maintenance and Building Maintenance. Look under "related links" below to the left to learn more about the important work done within this city department.
Public Works Director Charlie View has worked with the City of Brea since March 2002. He has worked in city government for more than 25 years.
Counter service for engineering review is provided during specified hours at the Brea Civic & Cultural Center.
Construction is a sure sign of progress and improvements in a healthy economy. Learn more about projects you may be seeing around Brea.
Long-awaited expansion of the 57 freeway is getting underway, with much of the early work taking place overnight. Click the headline for quick background information. Complete project details are available here.
Major Work Funded by Capital Improvement Program Budget
Various funding sources are used to meet public works needs. These are carefully planned and closely monitored through Brea's 7-Year Comprehensive Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Budget. Click here
to view the CIP budget.
Brea’s Public Works and Fire Departments are preparing to host the 2012 Open House for residents on Saturday, June 22, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
The south side of Cenral Avenue, west of Brea Boulevard, will be widened to provide a dedicated right turn lane. Project completion is expected in March.
Sewage Spills: Property Owner Information
A sewage spill is always a nasty surprise. Be aware of the basics and ways you might take preventative action. Click here
for a brochure from the Orange County Sanitation District about spills. Be smart about what NOT to flush down a toilet or drain. Click here
to learn more.
An entire city runs smoothly only when the people behind the scenes are keeping things in order. Public buildings and parks, utilities and waste removal, streets and sidewalks, service vehicles for police and fire...the responsibility list is extensive. Maintenance Services is up to the task.