Public Works / Scott Mozier, PE

Welcome to the Department of Public Works

The Public Works Department focuses on building and maintaining the critical backbone infrastructure of the City such as streets, sidewalks, traffic signals, streetlights, median islands, street trees, landscaping, trails, and public facilities to support the goals of neighborhood revitalization, economic development, public safety, sustainability, and air quality.

The Department implements these goals through providing various services such as transportation planning, infrastructure plan review and approval, Permit inspections, Impact fee administration, Traffic operations, Project management, Design services, Right-of-Way acquisition, Construction management, Facilities management, Community Facilities Districts (CFD’s), Street maintenance and, Landscape maintenance

The Department’s mission of Building a Better Fresno summarizes these services and the commitment of its staff to serve the citizens of Fresno.

Schedule an Appointment Today!

If you need in-person assistance, try our new QLESS Scheduler

Appointments are available Monday – Friday 9AM – 4PM

If you have any questions regarding the QLess System please contact the Department of Public Works at (559) 621-8650.

Graffiti Abatement


The City of Fresno Graffiti Abatement Team has 11 field staff and a 7-day-a-week operation to ensure quick response to any graffiti reports.

Graffiti Abatement, under the management of Jet Lim, strives to “Make the City of Fresno the best city in the world by serving the community with compassion and vision, making neighborhoods clean and safe, instilling pride and dignity.” To achieve this goal, Graffiti Abatement responds to calls for service in less than 24 hours after a report is received.

Graffiti Abatement also engages in proactive canvassing to remove the more highly visible graffiti.

To report graffiti and request Graffiti Abatement services, please call (559) 621-CITY (2489) or make a FresGO request.

Director’s Message

Message from the Director of Public Works from the City of Fresno

Urban Forest Management Plan

Help us create the 40-year road map of our urban forest by taking the survey

Community Truck Reroute Study

Community Truck Reroute Study / South Central Fresno AB617 Community Truck Reroute Study

Developer Doorway

Shared current and upcoming infrastructure improvements

Road Restrictions and Closures

Construction, Cal Trans and Fresno County Road Closures


Public Works featured Announcements and Highlights


Construction inspection, surveying, contract administration and more

Engineering Division

Capital project delivery, engineering plan reviews, issue permits and more

Land Development

Administers the exaction, collection and record of development impact fees

Sustainability Division

Committed to making City facilities and operations efficient

Traffic Engineering

Provides for the safe and efficient movement

Street Maintenance

Streets & landscape maintenance of our city streets and more

Title VI Policy

Ensuring that no person is excluded or denied programs benefits