With VCPWA’S five departments – Central Services, Engineering Services, Transportation, Watershed Protection, and Water and Sanitation, we work together to not only maintain the County’s infrastructures but embrace change so that we can create a better way every day for our community.
Central Services is behind the scenes, handling many details to ensure the project’s success. Our mission is to provide agency-wide support through effective, proactive and responsibly managed administrative, financial, business, technological, real property, human resources, safety and training support services. Learn more about us by clicking here!
Engineering Services is responsible for a wide range of services! They not only manage consultant and construction contracts issued on all Public Works projects but oversee all vertical construction projects for the County, land development and surveying & mapping. Our services include: the capital program and project management, contracting, land development, grading, geotechnical review, floodplain development, tract map and parcel map review, real property legal description and land surveying.t. Find out more by clicking here!
The Transportation Department is responsible for the planning, designing, funding, building, operating and maintaining the County Road System, approximately 542 centerline miles of roadway, bridges, drainage and related transportation facilities, coordination of unincorporated area public transit needs, and provision of general transportation advice to the Board of Supervisors. Click here to learn more!
Watershed Protection District’s mission is to protect life, property and community infrastructure from flood events, improve water resources management, and enhance the health and natural function of watersheds in Ventura County. We champion an environmentally-sustainable future for Ventura County watersheds through regional leadership and building community alliances benefiting current and future generations. Learn more here!
Water and Sanitation
Water & Sanitation’s mission is to provide uninterruptible high-quality water to the customers they serve and oversee the design and construction of facilities aimed at meeting this objective. Operating 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to serve the public through two distinct divisions: the Utility Services Division and the Integrated Waste Management Division (IWMD). Additionally, they aim to reduce waste, prevent pollution, and promote the sustainable management of materials in partnership with the community. Find out more by clicking the link here!