Who We Are
The Alameda County Public Works Agency (ACPWA) is responsible for the management and operations of infrastructure including streets, bridges and flood control facilities, such as pump stations and stormwater conveyance infrastructure. ACPWA manages the planning, design, construction and maintenance of these facilities. Additionally, the Agency facilitates private development through the review and issuance of permits and inspection of private developments.
With the exception of Flood Control services that are provided throughout the County, ACPWA primarily serves the unincorporated areas of Alameda County. The Agency is a multi-disciplinary, high performing organization that fulfills its mission through its skilled and dedicated workforce organized in four distinct structures: Engineering Department; Construction and Development Department; Maintenance and Operations Department, and Administration/Management Services Department. Detailed areas of service, are listed below.
Programs & ServicesThe Public Works Agency achieves its vision and mission by delivering many essential services with a focus on enhancing the safety, mobility and overall quality of life of those who live, work and do business in Alameda County. To learn more about our programs and services, please click on the links below.
Our projects implement essential public infrastructure improvements. We keep our neighborhoods safe with bike lanes, sidewalks, paved roadways, and more. To learn about our projects, click the link below.
For more information, contact us via email, phone at (510) 670-5480, or in person at 399 Elmhurst Street Hayward, California 94544. (Map)
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