Welcome to the Public Works Department

The City of Inglewood Public Works Department oversees the safety and maintenance of roadways, sidewalks, and alleys; water, sewer, and storm drain systems; city vehicles and equipment, in addition to traffic signal lighting and signage.  The department manages municipal solid waste disposal and recycling services. The department also provides GIS mapping services. 

The New Commercial Organic Waste Recycling Program Defined by CalRecycle:

Please click on the following link to be directed to the CalRecycle website: www.calrecycle.ca.gov/recycle/commercial/organics 

If you have questions or require additional information, please contact Mallory Burden at (562) 981-3932.

Bicycle Redistribution Program

April 20, 2016 

Th City of Inglewood and Republic Services are teaming up to provide Inglewood residents with a Bicycle Redistribution Program.

Please click on the "Bicycle Redistribution" link/button to read the complete flyer.

Bicycle Redistribution

AB 1826

January 12, 2016 

Assembly Bill 1826 requires mandatory commercial organics recycling program for business and multi-family dwellings consisting of five or more units.

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New Commerical and Multi-Family Recycling Regulations

January 12, 2016 

The State (Assembly Bill 341) requires each business in the City that generates four or more cubic yards of waste and recyclables per week and multi-family customers with five or more dwelling units, to recycle. In order to assist its businesses and residents in meeting this requirement and to encourage everyone to recycle, the City has contracted with its franchised solide waste hauler, Consolidated Disposal Service (CDS), to provide recylcing services at no cost to customers. Customers are encouraged to contact CDS at (800) 299-4898 to obtain free recycling service and potentially save money on trash service. Customers may meet the State requirements by self-hauling recyclables or contracting with independent recyclers. The City encourages businesses and multi-family complexes to notify CDS of any independent recycling activities to assist the City in preparing its annual reports to the State.

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