This Division (AKA also known as Community Services) oversees the City's recreation, natural resources, open spaces, parks, fields, government buildings and facilities, forests, wetlands and creeks, and trails.
The Streets/Utilities Division is in charge of street construction and maintenance, water distribution and maintenance, wastewater collection, confined drainage ways, traffic control, and vegetation management.
The Water/Wastewater Division monitors, reports, tests, and treats all drinking water for the City of Arcata and the Jacoby Creek Water District. It also monitors, reports, tests, and treats all wastewater, including the Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary's 55 acres of oxidation ponds and 225 acres of treatment and enhancement marsh.
For information and to view a map displaying closure alerts for trails, roads, and open spacesclick this link!
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