Public Works and Transportation

 Work completed ahead of schedule!

Thank you, John Allen Construction!

Pictured: Left to Right

John Allen

Vice Mayor, Peter Amoruso

Jeff Shaw, Senior Public Works Person

Selby Beck – Public Works Director

Cathleen Johnson – Deputy Director Public Works

Public Works

The Public Works Department provides high quality, professional, and excellent services in Facility, Street, Traffic, Water Distribution, Sewer, Storm Drains, and Grounds Maintenance that enhances the safety and quality of life for all residents and visitors for the City of Plymouth.

 

Please send completed forms to publicworks@cityofplymouth.org

 

ENCROACHMENT PERMIT ($400.00 FILING FEE)

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ENCROACHMENT PERMIT REGULATIONS

 

IMPROVEMENT STANDARDS

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PG&E STREET LIGHT OUTAGES

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PROBLEM TREES (TREE REMOVAL SEE PLANNING)

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MUNICIPAL CODE 8.20

 

COMPLAINT FORM

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TEMPORARY BANNER POLICY & PERMIT

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811 – Call Before You Dig

Property owners are required to have underground utilities located before doing any digging, for small projects like planting trees and shrubs to large projects such as swimming pools, sidewalk/driveway installation or repairs. The service is FREE and SIMPLE!  Call 811 a few days prior to digging, tell the operator where you’re planning to dig, what type of work you will be doing and your affected local utilities. The City of Plymouth and other utility companies will be notified about your intent to dig and within a few days, a locator will mark the approximate location of your underground lines, pipes and cables, so you’ll know what’s below – and be able to dig safely. Remember, always call 811 before you start any digging project!

Visit the 811 website

 

Transportation

The City of Plymouth has approximately 7 miles of local roadways. State Highway 49 runs for just over a mile right through the center of town.

SR49 & Main Street Road Intersection is one only two intersections serving the City of Plymouth on Highway 49. This intersection has significance as it serves as the entrance to the Shenandoah Valley Wine Region as well as the connection between El Dorado and Amador Counties. In its current design, traffic congestion often is experienced with traffic queue backups on Main Street/Shenandoah Rd. during peak tourist season and events. In addition the intersection is both skewed, curved and has a significant elevation change from north to south creating a significant hazard for traffic entering from both directions of Main Street.