The Pasadena Department of Public Works preserves, maintains, and enhances the City’s infrastructure and natural resources and provides environmental stewardship for the benefit of our residents, businesses, and visitors.
For more licensing information, contact PHS at (626)
792-7151, ext. 115, or visit http://www.pasadenahumane.org/site/PageServer?pagename=services_licensing.
Shredding events scheduled for the following date:
Upcoming E-Waste/Document Shredding events is scheduled for Saturday, December 10, 2016 from 9 a.m. to
3 p.m. - Rose Bowl Stadium - Parking Lot I
E-waste items include computers, keyboards, printers, monitors, laptops,
docking stations, scanners, shredders, fax machines, computer mice, telephones,
televisions, flat screens, VCRs, DVD players, PDAs, cassette players, tape
drives, stereos and household batteries. Many of these products have parts that
can be recycled.
Document shredding is limited to a maximum of five legal-size boxes of
documents for shredding.
On July 18, 2016, the Pasadena City Council voted to ban the sale and distribution of polystyrene disposable food service ware within Pasadena. The polystyrene food packaging ordinance (PMC 8.67) took effect on August 22, 2016 at City facilities and operations. Twelve monthly later on August 22, 2017, the ban will apply to Pasadena businesses and organizations. The polystyrene food packaging ordinance (ban) will prohibit all food providers in Pasadena from dispensing prepared food in polystyrene food service containers. The purpose of the ban is to reduce polystyrene litter and encourage the use of containers that can be readily recycled or composted or that decompose within landfilled. For more information please contact the Citizen Service Center at (626) 744-7311. You may also send email to Pasadena firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.cityofpasadena.net/publicworks/SayNoToFoam Styrofoam Ban Flyer
NEW REQUIREMENTS FOR CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION
Effective April 1, 2014, the Construction and Demolition Waste Management Ordinance (PMC Chapter 8.62) requires that certain construction and demolition projects divert at least 75% of waste either through recycling, salvage or deconstruction.The construction and demolition application must be approved prior to hauling any C&D debris. Failure to submit this application for approval and to comply with any provision of the C&D Waste Management Ordinance may result in forfeiture of the performance security depositSee attached documents: C&D Informational BrochureC&D Waste Management Plan ApplicationC&D Waste Management Compliance Report Form/Deposit Refund Request Form
Visit the Citizen Service Center to submit a service request to Public Works 24/7
The five major divisions of the Department of Public Works are listed below: