The City has a residential street paving program funded by Measure K-14 taxes. Please visit the Measure K-14 Residential Paving Program Page for more information about upcoming projects and which streets are in each project.
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The City will remove graffiti from walls or surfaces that are publicly visible on either private property or public property if the property owner is enrolled in the City of Grover Beach Graffiti Abatement Program. View details on how to use the City's Graffiti Removal Program on the following page:
Please submit a Public Works Service Request form to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Public Works at (805) 473-4530 to report a problem.
The City has a Sidewalk In-Fill Public-Private Partnership program in conjunction with Measure K-14 projects where property owners agree to pay for one-half of the construction cost of new sidewalk fronting their property. The City pays for the design and one-half the construction cost of the new sidewalk. Funding for this program is limited and funds are allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis during Measure the K-14 project design phase. Please see the Sidewalk In-Fill Public-Private Partnership Program page for more information. Property owners looking to construct new sidewalk without participating in the Public-Private Partnership program can submit an encroachment permit application and hire the necessary professionals to design and construct the new sidewalk.
Please contact the Public Works Department to report a needed street repair by either calling the Department at (805) 473-4530, sending the Department an email at email@example.com, or completing a Public Works Service Request form.
The Public Works Department maintains City-planted trees in improved Rights-of-Way along certain streets. All trees in un-improved Rights-of-Way are not maintained by Public Works and are the property owner’s responsibility to maintain. Trees located on private property are maintained by the property owner. No trimming or maintenance of a City-maintained tree can take place without prior written consent from the Director of Public Works. For more information about whether a tree is City-maintained or not, please visit the Street Tree page.
There are many ways that residents, home owner,s and business owners can conserve water. The City has several programs that provide a financial incentive for those looking to conserve. Please see the Water Conservation Programs page for more information about water conservation.
Property owners are responsible for maintaining their sewer lateral from the City-owned mainline in the street to their building. Please see the Wastewater System page for more information about the wastewater system.
Please contact the Public Works Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or (805) 473-4530 for existing utility information. Please see the Utility Operations page for more information.
Before you perform any construction or maintenance work in the public right of way, you must have a valid encroachment permit issued by the Public Works Department. Please visit the Encroachment Permit section of the City of Grover Beach website for further information. Please note, this application is not complete until all required attachments are received.
Code Violations are handled by Code Compliance . To report a possible violation of the Grover Beach Municipal Code, please submit a Code Enforcement Complaint Form. For more information, please see: Code Compliance
We no longer provide empty sandbags and sand at the sandbag fill station in advance of major storm events. You can submit a Public Works Service Request form at this link.