Rebuild San Diego for Our Future

San Diego has made great strides at rebuilding, but to ensure that progress will continue, city officials are hoping to put a Rebuild San Diego measure on an upcoming ballot for the first week of June to dedicate continued funding for neighborhood improvements, city parks and streets for a period of 30 years. In order to fund the initiative, the city…

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Storm Drain Maintenance Service

Storm drain maintenance is the practice of managing and controlling drainage systems during or after a storm. San Diego has over 75000 drain structures. The storm water department monitors this practice that repairs and maintains the storm drainage system. Storms give off a lot of water that has to be properly drained or else cause floods and accidental fatalities. Storm…

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San Diego Searching for New Assistant Deputy Director for Wastewater Treatment and Disposal Division

The eighth largest city in the United States is looking for an Assistant Deputy Director for the Wastewater Treatment and Disposal Division. San Diego has a diverse population, a strong economy and is replete with fantastic beaches and superior educational institutes. The Public Works Department is dedicated to providing quality, going above set safety standards. The department is also committed…

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San Diego to Impose Stricter Water Restrictions

The City of San Diego will be reducing outdoor irrigation, offering rebates, and issuing fines to top waster wastage as an increased enforcement in accordance with Governor Brown’s Executive Order. “In the wake of Gov. Brown’s mandates, these actions will help limit water waste and offer incentives for San Diegans to conserve,” Mayor Faulconer said. “San Diego has been a…

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San Diego OpenGov Budget Visualization Tool

The City of San Diego has recently released the OpenGov budget visualization tool, an online platform that will allow citizens to see how their taxes are being handled by the City. The data behind this visualization comes from the City’s SAP-based financial management system, which provides well-structured data that allows it to be among the first data sets available to…

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San Diego Seeks New Public Works DCOO

The City of San Diego is looking for a new Deputy Chief Operating Officer for the Infrastructure/Public Works business center. The position will include directing and coordinating the managerial activities of the departments and/or programs under the center including the Enterprise Asset Management Program, Environmental Services, the Office of ADA Compliance & Accessibility Program, Public Utilities, Public Works, and Transportation…

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San Diego Partners with GE for Better Traffic, Reduced Energy Use and Cost

The City of San Diego is working with General Electric (GE) to address infrastructure challenges including traffic and energy use and cost through the Intelligent Cities platform, a software-defined technology designed to improve services to the public. Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer announced that San Diego is the world’s first city to partner with GE Lighting on this pilot initiative. “San…

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San Diego Homeless Services

The City of San Diego Homeless Services is an initiative that seeks to plan, organize, and coordinate strategies to assist the City’s homeless community in collaboration with other public and private organizations and programs. Through contracts with nonprofit service providers, funds from the City’s Community Development Block Grant and Social Services programs help provide services to the Winter Shelter Program,…

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San Diego Seeks Assistant Electrical Engineer

The City of San Diego is looking for an assistant electrical engineer who can help in administering and inspecting the construction of traffic signals and street lighting to ensure compliance with plans specifications and contract requirements; perform project site visits; update project files; prepare sketches, layouts, material lists, and cost estimates; and perform other duties as assigned. Applicants must have…

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San Diego Issues Mandatory Water Use Restriction

As a way to combat the drought conditions spreading statewide, the City of San Diego will be imposing a mandatory water use restriction for residents whose property lies within the City of San Diego Public Utilities Department’s service area. This will take effect on November 1, 2014 and will carry on until further notice. There will be 3-day water availability…

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