These facilities include:
- Publicly maintained streets
- Some drainage facilities
- Traffic signals
Local Improvement District (LID) Program
The purpose of the program is to identify and create a methodology to pave and maintain dirt roads. Throughout the City of Menifee, numerous residential dirt roads, some city maintained and some privately owned and maintained, exist. Some of these roads have become impassable during weather related events and are in need of repair. Read more about the LID Program.
Notice of Intent to Adopt a Mitigated Negative DeclarationMcCall Blvd Sidewalk Improvements, CIP# 13-15
Rubberized Pavement Grant Program
The Newport Widening Project completed April 2014 was funded in part through the State of California CalRecycle 2012/13 Rubberized Pavement Grant Program.
By participating in the Rubberized Pavement Grant Program City was able to use approximately 2,969.25 tons of recycled tire material to resurface Newport Road. Included within the many benefits of using recycled tire material are extended longevity of street, and reduction of vehicular noise.
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For flooding emergencies, please call City Hall Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. If the emergency is after hours, call 911 if you are in imminent danger, and they will appropriately route the call.
Southern California Edison
To report a street light outage or damage, please visit Southern California Edison's online Street Light Outage Center.
Traffic Engineering is part of the of the Public Works Department.
Traffic Engineering responsibilities include responding to citizen complaints, overseeing the operations of the traffic signal system, interfacing with the Sheriff's Department and school districts as it relates to traffic enforcement and safety.
The Traffic Engineer evaluates requests and provides direction to maintenance staff for upgrades to the signing and striping needs throughout the city.
Water & Sewer
The water and sewer system in Menifee is owned and operated by the Eastern Municipal Water District. For emergencies with either the water or sewer system, or to report leaks or spills, please call 800-698-0400.