WELCOME to Public Works! This Department is responsible for streets, sewer, drinking water, and parks
To provide a high level of service and customer satisfaction through the design, construction,
and maintenance of public infrastructure in a reliable and cost-effective manner.
To achieve greater customer satisfaction, increased reliability and resource conservation;
maximize the use of state-of-the-art technology; and improve efficient and cost effective use
Mandatory Commercial Recycling
Beginning on July 1, 2012 Businesses and Multi-Family Dwelling Units which produce
4 cubic yards (or more) of refuse per week will be required to provide recycling services.
For more information please visit the CalRecycle website.
City of Oakdale Water Conservation
Water Conservation comes naturally when everyone is aware of its importance.
Click on the links below for some simple water-saving methods.
Water Conservation Tips
Click on the link below for informaiton on what the City of Oakdale is doing to conserve water.
What is the City doing?