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Streets and Sanitation Maintenance
Paving the Way to a Better Future
The Streets and Sanitation Maintenance Division provides maintenance and repairs to the City's ground-level infrastructure, including:
  • Roadways - pothole repairs, crack sealing, pavement striping and legends 
  • Public Right-of-Way - maintenance of alleys, public parking lots and other City owned properties
  • Sewers - monthly, quarterly and annual sewer line flushing and maintenance, and pipe repairs
  • Storm drains - annual catchbasin cleaning, and storm water pump station maintenance
  • Street Sweeping - oversees City street sweeping contractor
  • Old Town Maintenance
  • Graffiti Removal
  • Dead animal removal
  • After hours emergency response 

Forms

To report any streets and sanitation maintenance issues, please contact us.

Keeping Our Streets Clean
Placentia streets are swept by Athens Services to help keep the City a pleasant place to
live and to comply with government regulations.

To find out when your road will be cleaned, view the street sweeping schedule.


Sidewalk Maintenance Program
In 2016, a Citywide survey was conducted to develop an inventory of needed sidewalk and concrete curb and gutter repairs throughout the community.  More than 40,000 square feet of damaged sidewalk panels were identified.  Based on current funding levels, the City Council approved a multi-year and multi-phased sidewalk and concrete repair program to address this maintenance backlog within the next six years.  Fiscal Year 2016-17 represents the first year of the six-year program.  Please click on the following link for the area map and the project phasing to see what year the sidewalks in your neighborhood are planned for repairs.  

Map of Sidewalk Repair Program 


Sewer Utility System
Sanitary Sewer Collection Fees
The Santa Ana Regional Water Quality Control Board  imposed new regulations that require all cities and districts in Orange County that operate a sewer system to adopt a stringent sewer system management plan.

The plans are intended to reduce the number of sewer overflows that sometimes result in beach closures and other environmental violations. Revenues received from this fee will be used only for the sanitary sewer collection system to help with:
  • Administrative Overhead 
  • Billing expenses
  • Capital improvements
  • Maintenance and operations
  • Reserves
   
Sewer System Management Plan
The State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) adopted Order Number 2006-0003-DWQ that requires all publicly owned sewage collection systems having more than one mile of pipeline develop, implement and fund a Sewer System Management Plan (SSMP) which establishes the minimum requirements under which a public collection system must be operated and maintained.

The City conducts regular inspections and maintenance of the sewer system. Maintenance activities include, annual line flushing of the entire system and closed circuit television inspections (CCTV) to determine pipeline conditions and identify damaged sections. 

Placentia's Sewer System Management Plan

Fee Structure
The sanitary sewer maintenance fee is based on the use of the sewer system as it correlates to the consumption of water by different users. The user class fee per 100 cubic feet of water (ccf) is as follows: 
  • Single-family, residential - $0.35
  • Multi-family, residential - $0.39
  • Commercial / industrial - $0.37
  • Institutional - $0.25
  • Government and public - $0.35


Fats, Oils and Grease Control Program (FOG)

In an effort to reduce or eliminate sewage spills caused by accumulations of fats, oils and grease (FOG) in its sanitary collection system and to remain compliant with the regulations imposed by the Santa Ana Regional Water Quality Control Board, Waste Discharge Requirements, the City of Placentia has developed its FOG control program. The FOG control program consists of a FOG control ordinance and control program that was implemented on December 30, 2004. 

For more information on the City's FOG Program, click here. 


Additional Information
If you need to report a sewer overflow during regular City Hall hours please call (714) 993-8245, and 9-1-1 after hours.


Placentia
401 East Chapman Avenue
Placentia, CA 92870
(714) 993-8117