Congratulations to Sean Hanley, Kelly Hahs and Tony Sheppard, who have been recognized as Ventura County Public Works Agency 2020 Employees of the Year!
After months of planning the popular in-person event, historically attended by over 1,000 children, teachers and parents, Covid-19 halted all plans from moving forward.
Using Lean Six Sigma process improvement methodology provides VCPWA staff with simple-to-use tools to identify service improvements that can be quickly implemented.
Students learning at home and adults interested in public works will have an opportunity to virtually attend Ventura County Public Works Day.
These are more than four words; these are the key elements that keep VCPWA striving to operate at its highest level.
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.
What’s it like to maintain social distancing while at work for the Public Works Agency?
In early March, VCPWA’s current and future leadership members attended the Agency’s annual Executive Planning Session.
Connect with VCPWA staff members while learning about a vital organization that is dedicated to providing and sustaining Ventura County.
Ventura County Public Works Agency Director Jeff Pratt awarded CEO’s coveted “Champion for Change.”