Public Works
Phone   (805) 388-5340 
Fax   (805) 388-5387

After Hours  (805) 388-5325
Administration    (805) 388-5340 
Capital Projects   (805) 388-5340 
Land Development   (805) 388-5340 
Traffic/Transit   (805) 388-5340 
Sanitary    (805) 388-5332 
Streets/Landscape   (805) 388-5338 
Stormwater   (805) 383-5659 
Water   (805) 388-5373 


COVID-19 SERVICE AVAILABILITY  To help limit the community spread of COVID-19, City Hall and the Public Works public counter are CLOSED for walk-in transactions except for scheduled appointments.  Some adjustments have been made to continue to conduct City business while practicing social distancing and reducing the spread of COVID-19. 

As the City adjusts to the impacts of COVID-19, customers are encouraged to contact appropriate Public Works staff to schedule an appointment to conduct their business.  For the safety and protection of our customers and employees, we ask that when you arrive at City Hall, please wear a mask or face covering, allow us to perform a quick remote temperature check, and use the provided hand sanitizer before being escorted into City Hall for your appointment. 

Public Works is continuing to provide water, wastewater, street maintenance, and traffic services. We will continue to process, permit, and inspect projects as usual.  The City is supporting construction, development, and other services that are allowed under current conditions.

The City is still providing limited Transit services with some temporary changes to services due to COVID-19.  Click on the Transit link for information on the changes to public transportation.

If you require the services of a specific Public Works division, please click on a link below and contact us using the e-mail and telephone contact information provided.  Public Works continues to be available to provide assistance.

Dave KlotzleDave Klotzle, Director of Public Works, heads the following 9 divisions.

Administration Division handles customer service, prepares department council items, budget development and monitoring, department purchases, and administers backflow control, processes block party permits  and overall general support. Email.

Capital Projects division is responsible for the design and construction of public infrastructure projects, and preparing plans and specifications for contractors to bid. Email.

Land Development division reviews private development, maintains drawings and project records, provides plan checking services, fees, permits, and inspections throughout the development process. This division oversees the issuing of encroachment permits, transportation permits and developer fee calculations. Email.

Sanitary District oversees the operation and maintenance of the City sewer system, issues FOG permits, and sewer connection permits. Email.

Streets/Landscape division is responsible for maintaining the City’s streets, sidewalks, tree trimming, landscape medians, parkways, slope areas, graffiti removal and street sweeping within the city right of way. EmailMulch from shredded tree trimmings is available year-round at no cost to Camarillo residents courtesy of the City of Camarillo Public Works Department Click Here for Details.

Stormwater division is responsible for maintaining the City’s compliance with local, State, and Federal laws pertaining to stormwater runoff and pollution. Stormwater also helps maintain the City’s storm drains to ensure proper drainage. Email.

Traffic division oversees the maintenance of City traffic signals, works with Edison to maintain street lights, and oversees traffic control on City streets. Email.

Transit oversees the City’s Public Transportation, this includes bus schedules, and contracts as well as working with other County Transportation services. Email.

Water division is responsible for proving a dependable water supply to meet the current and future needs of its customers, maintenance of infrastructure, water quality, backflow prevention, and water conservation. Email.