The Public Works Department is responsible for the management, operation and maintenance of the City’s infrastructure, which includes streets, curbs and gutters, sidewalks, sewer system, storm drain system, and water systems. This also includes public facilities such as parks, park and ride, transit, buildings and its landscaping. In addition, the department includes the Engineering Division, which manages the capital improvement programs, provides design and inspection services, and reviews developments and subdivisions.
See also Development Impact Fee Schedules on the Planning Department Page
Street Sweeping – the City’s streets are swept on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of every month. Please remove vehicles from the streets to ensure that we receive the best possible sweeping service.
Although our successful Close the Poop Loop pilot campaign has ended, please feel free to visit the website at closethepooploop.org to learn the truth about pet waste. If you leave your email on the website, we will let you know when the campaign returns.
Thanks again to all the residents in the City of Buellton and Santa Barbara County who took the pledge to pick up after their dog as well as to our business partners who supported the project and continue to promote a clean and pet-waste free County!
To report storm water pollution or illicit discharges, call City Public Works Department at (805) 688-5177* / Engineering Department at (805) 688-5200 OR via email SWMP .
*After Hour Answering Service
*The City of Buellton participates in the Regional Water Efficiency and Conservation Program throughout the County of Santa Barbara.
For additional information in these programs, please visit Water Wise
Backflow devices are an integral part of the City’s Cross Connection Control Program. They help to ensure that no contaminants of any kind (chemicals, debris, reclaimed water, etc.) enter the potable water system.
Backflow devices are owned by the customer and regulated by the State through the City of Buellton. While it is primarily business customers who are required to have these devices, some residential properties need them, also.
The State of California Department of Health Services provides regulations for the City and our customers through California Code of Regulations, Title 17. These regulations spell out the types of services that require backflow devices. Test sheet
Industrial Waste Discharge Program Pretreatment contact Heather Billing at Wallace Group (805) 597-7167
Fats, oils and grease (FOG) contact Bill Callahan or Glenn Rider at Wallace Group (805) 544-4011