Notices & Upcoming Events


Welcome to the Public Works Department Notices & Upcoming Events page!

I-80/Hiddenbrooke parkway interchange project public comment

June 4, 2021

The City of Vallejo is proposing operational improvements at the I-80/Hiddenbrooke Parkway interchange to address existing and future vehicle queues on Hiddenbrooke Parkway. The project will convert the existing stop sign-controlled intersections of the I-80 ramps with American Canyon Road and Hiddenbrooke Parkway, and the intersection of Hiddenbrooke Parkway and McGary Road, into roundabouts. Conversion of these intersections to roundabouts will not require modification of the existing American Canyon Road overcrossing of I-80. The project will require modification of the on and off-ramps where they intersect with local roads but would not involve changes to the ramp connections with I-80 or the existing mainline of the freeway. All proposed improvements would occur within existing State and local public rights of way. No displacement of an existing business or homes, nor the acquisition of private property would be required. In addition, no nonstandard design features are necessary to implement the project.

All environmental documents and other information can be obtained HERE. If you have comments or questions, direct them to the Project Manager, David Yatabe at [email protected]

Green INFRASTRUCTURE plan feedback

September 2 , 2019 

The City of Vallejo under the Federal Clean Water Act and the California Water Code must comply with the re-issued Municipal Regional Permit (“Permit”) that became effective January 1, 2016. That Permit has Provision C.3.j which requires the City to implement Green Infrastructure into the storm drain infrastructure through a Green Infrastructure Plan to be implemented by September 30, 2019. The plan is open to public comment until September 2, 2019. If you need additional information or want to provide any comments, please contact Robert Newman (Environmental Services Manager) at [email protected] or 707-648-5410.

Draft plan:
Green Infrastructure Plan


Green Infrastructure Flyer
Guidance for Sizing Green Infrastructure Facilities
Green Infrastructure Guidebook

Transportation forum

July 30 , 2019 

The Transportation Forum is hosted by the Solano Transportation Authority (STA) in partnership with Solano County Transit (SolTrans) and the City of Vallejo. Vallejo residents are invited to provide their input. With your assistance, the STA, SolTrans, and the City of Vallejo will identify transportation challenges for travel within Vallejo and beyond. At the Transportation Forum, the STA and others will share progress on recent transportation projects and developing programs.

Transportation Forum Flyer

EArTh Day Celebration

April 20, 2019 

Come and celebrate Earth Day on Saturday, April 20, 2019 from 9:00AM to 1:00PM at the farmers market!

Earth Day Ad

ADA Survey

November 7, 2018-December 7, 2018

The City of Vallejo is seeking input from our residents, communities, and organizations to update our ADA transition plan. If you or someone you know has a disability and would like their voice heard, please take few minutes to fill out the survey online or contact the ADA coordinator, Mey Saephan, to be sent a word document from. You can also download the survey here and mail it or drop it off to the Public Works department at City Hall. 

MTC Releases New Data on Street Conditions

September 27, 2018

The Metropolitan Transportation Commission releases new data on street conditions in Bay Area cities and Counties. Find Pot Hole Report by clicking this link. Find the Vita Signs interactive website by clicking this link

Street Sweeping Alert

August 15, 2018 - Until Notice is Removed

In January 2015, the Maintenance Division implemented the twice a month sweeping schedule to better serve the citizens of Vallejo while enhancing the Storm Water Pollution Prevention Program (SWPPP), knowing that there may be times the additional service may not be provided due to unforeseen circumstances such as equipment failure, staffing levels, etc...the initial route (pre-2015) as the primary route. 

2 out of the 3 Sweeper vehicles are out for major repairs. With only 1 Sweeper currently functional, street sweeping will be back to the once per month primary routes until further notice. 

Increased Activity at Mariner's Cove 

Ongoing until December 2018

Import of material to Mariner's Cove, located at the southwest corner of Mare Island Way and Tennessee Street, will tentatively resume on Monday, July 30. Work will be during normal working hours of 7:30 AM-5:00 PM. See press release for more information. DeSilva Gates Construction will continue to be the contractor responsible for hauling of the material. This latest activity will proceed intermittently through the end of September 2018. Thank you for your continued patience and understanding.

Please be advised that due to the tight geometrics at the intersection of 29 and Tennessee Street, some larger trucks may need to use Curtola Parkway and Mare Island Way to get to the job site, but the majority of truck traffic should remain on High 29 and Tennessee Street. 

Map of Route


Sacramento Street Bridge CEQA Initial Study (November 2016)

Street Sweeping Information

Street Maintenance Proposed Street Paving List (current)

Ditch & Creek Maintenance Responsibility (January 2014)

• Engineering Division Presentation on Street Paving Projects (2014)

Recycling & Solid Waste Notices & Events

Click the above link to go to the Recycling & Solid Waste events page.


Parking Permits for the Vallejo Station Parking Structure and Adjacent Lots

Please visit the Waterfront Parking page for more information about waterfront parking fees and how to pay.

For a PDF guide on how to purchase and/or manage your monthly permit online, please visit here.