Alex Qishta, P.E
Deputy DPW/City Engineer
P: (909) 384-5019
Office: 201 N E Street, Suite 200
Mail: 290 North D St
San Bernardino, CA 92401
Monday - Thursday
7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
General Plan Circulation Element Map (pdf)
Engineering Development Resources
Engineering Fee Schedule
Design Policy and Procedure documents
Storm Water Requirements
The Public Works/Engineering Division is responsible for the inspection and construction management of streets, sewers, storm drains, traffic signals, traffic signs, pavement markings, construction projects, maintenance projects; planning, design and project management of the City's 5-year Capital Improvement Program (CIP); annexations and assessment districts.
The Division is responsible for all of the public contracts and construction projects that use public funds. It prepares and updates the 5-year Capital Improvement Program (CIP), Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA), and other Federal Funding Programs; provides inspection and contract administration for the projects and also provides this service to the Inland Valley Development Agency (IVDA) and Economic Development Agency (EDA) upon request.
The Field Section of the Engineering Division provides all of the inspection services related to streets, sewers, signals and other improvements with the exception of buildings.
The Real Property Section of the Engineering Division is responsible for the acquisition or disposition of City owned real property, right-of-ways, easements, and maintains all appurtenant records. The Real Property Section is responsible for the administration of leases of City-owned real property. It processes annexations, street vacations, street name changes and the formation of Underground Utility Districts. The Section also provides for the formation and ongoing administration of Assessment and Special Tax Districts.
The Traffic Engineering Section of the Engineering Division makes determinations on all traffic signals, traffic control devices, and pavement markings. The Section also evaluates all developments for traffic related concerns and reviews all Traffic Impact Analyses. The Traffic Section also evaluates the need for crossing guards, stop signs, time limit parking, and painted curbs and staffs the Traffic Safety Committee. Accident records are maintained in a computer database for evaluation and recommended action.