public facility maintenance

The Public Works Department is responsible for maintaining public facilities including streets, sidewalks, street lights and traffic signals. In addition, the Public Works Department partners with the Parks Department to manage areas of landscaped medians and right-of-way sections located throughout the City.


Street and Sidewalk - General Maintenance

The Street Maintenance Section is responsible for maintaining and repairingStreet Paving the City's roadways, sidewalks, curbs, gutters and catch basins. Our staff strives to provide the residents of Corona with dependable, quality service.

Please use the following guidelines when requesting service:

  • To request minor repairs and/or maintenance of a City sidewalk, roadway, curb or gutter, please call Street Maintenance at (951) 736-2301 or submit an Online Service Request.
  • Major rehabilitation and construction of street facilities is handled by the Capital Improvement Projects Section of Public Works. For service, please call (951) 736-2266 or submit an Online Service Request.
  • To report emergency conditions, please call the Corona Police Department at (951) 736-2334.

Street Sweeping

Street SweeperThe City of Corona contracts with Clean Sweep Environmental for street sweeping services. This service ensures that all arterial, residential, industrial and alley roadways are kept clean. Maintaining clean streets keeps Corona beautiful and assists in complying with the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) and National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) requirements.
For more information regarding the street sweeping schedule, general street maintenance or service, please call (951) 736-2301.
Click Here to view the Street Sweeping schedule.

Street Light Maintenance

With nearly 11,500 street lights to maintain, the Public Works Department works hard to ensure efficiency and safety for all vehicular,Street Light Repair bicycle and pedestrian traffic.
The Special Projects Section administers two Lighting Maintenance Districts (LMD), LMD 84-1 and LMD 2003-1.  These Lighting Maintenance Districts pay for the costs of ongoing maintenance and improvement of public street lights and traffic signals, which provides special benefits to properties within the boundary of the District.  Special benefits are defined as improvements that increase the desirability or value of property directly associated with the enhancements.  Assessments are established on a "zone-by-zone" basis and are paid by the property owners annually for a portion of the maintenance costs in their zone.

To read more about the Lighting Maintenance Districts 84-1 and 2003-1, please visit the Special Districts  page.

To report a problem with a street light, please call (951) 736-2301, or place an Online Service Request.

Street Landscape Maintenance

The Special Projects Section oversees the administration and management of five Landscape Maintenance Districts (LMD) in the City.  These are LMD 84-2 (which has twelve separate benefit zones), CFD 97-1, CFD 2001-1, CFD 2202-2, and CFD 2003-2.  These LMD's pay for the costs of ongoing maintenance and improvement of public landscape, which provides special benefits to properties within the boundary of the District.  Special benefits are defined as improvements that increase the desirability or value of property directly associated with the enhancements.  Assessments are established on a "zone-by-zone" basis and are paid by the property owners annually for a portion of the maintenance and operation costs within their zone.
To read more about the Landscape Maintenance Districts, please visit the Special Districts  page.

Shopping Cart Retrieval

To report abandoned shopping carts, please call California Cart Retrieval at (800) 252-4613, or complete an Online Service Request.