Public Buildings, Parks & Trails & Street Maintenance
City Maintenance Team Responsibilities
City crews, and our contractors work hard every day keep RPV a safe, functional and beautiful place to live and visit. We do this by:
Caring for the City's public buildings, parks, trails, and street system including:
Administration of public street maintenance and/or improvement through the implementation of a Pavement Management Program.
Coordination of approximately 13 miles of median maintenance.
Coordination of 29 miles of parkway maintenance.
Coordination of an annual Citywide street tree maintenance program for approximately 10,000 trees.
Monitoring and evaluating storm drain conditions, including coordinating the maintenance of approximately 1,000 storm drain inlets.
Administration of the ongoing street sweeping program with sweeping activity on approximately 285 curb-miles.
Coordination of traffic signal and traffic control device maintenance, including painted traffic striping, and raised pavement markers.
Oversight of sidewalk, curb, and gutter, as well as weed abatement activities.
Oversight of the maintenance of 15 City park facilities representing over 325 acres including maintenance of grounds, irrigation systems, play equipment, walkways, trails, and building interiors and exteriors.
Oversight of the maintenance of 1,500 acres of open space and natural preserve.
Issuance and inspection of approximately 175 right-of-way permit annually to utility companies working in the public right-of-way, as well as approximately 100 permits annually for driveway approaches, street trees, sewer lines, dumpsters, and curb drains, and approximately 50 cell site construction permits.
Reviewing of tentative tract maps, tract and parcel maps, soil and geology reports, and grading plans.
To Report a Problem
If this is an emergency call 911
To report maintenance issues on City property (right of way, parks, City buildings, etc.) please call RPV Public Works at 310-544-5252 or submit a City Service Request using the green button at the bottom of this page.
For sewer overflows, call LA County Public Works at 626-458-4357, 24 hours.
For power or street light outage, call Southern California Edison at 800-611-1911 or visit their outage reporting website, 24 hours.
For water line breaks, call Cal Water at 310-257-1400, 24 hours.