Engineering and Development Services Division is a division of the Community Development Department responsible for review and approval of public improvements for new residential, commercial and industrial development as well as the inspection of those improvements.  Information is also provided to the public for flood plains in Antioch and the division has primary responsibility for the management of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit.  Solid Waste Disposal, AB 939 Solid Waste Reduction Program, Landscaping and Lighting District Engineer’s Report preparation, and Traffic/Transportation are also managed by Engineering and Development Services.

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Traffic/Transportation Engineering:

New Development:

Encroachment Permits:

FEMA Flood Control

Streetlight & Landscape Maintenance Districts:

Environmental Programs:

Inspections:

  • 24 hr. notice minimum for inspections (925) 779-6124
        (Pre-inspection/inspection/post-inspection for final)
  • (8:00AM- Midnight) for following day inspection.
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Reporting 'Burned Out' Streetlights

Anyone wanting to report a burned out streetlight within the city limits should report it to the City of Antioch Public Works Department. 
Be prepared to provide the pole number and the nearest street address.

Call Public Works at 925.779.6950 or Community Development at 925.779.7035

 

 

 

  • Ron Bernal
  • Public Works Director
    /City Engineer

Engineering & Development Services Division

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