Public Works Department

400 S. Vicentia Ave
Corona, CA 92882


The City of Corona Public Works Department is committed to providing efficient and cost-effective services involving engineering, land development, transportation, and traffic within the public right-of-way.

Public Works provides a wide variety of services to the general public, and strives to serve Corona citizens and customers in a helpful, compassionate, and responsive manner. Please take some time to explore the links below.

The Public Works Department works with other agencies such as the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) and Western Riverside Council of Governments (WRCOG) to facilitate the implementation and construction of infrastructure projects that have a regional impact.

RCTC plans and implements transportation and transit improvements, assists local governments with money for local streets and roads, helps smooth the way for commuters and goods movement, and ensures that everyone in Riverside County has access to transportation. Follow the link to learn more about RCTC Planning and Funding

The purpose of WRCOG is to unify Western Riverside County so that it can speak with a collective voice on important issues that affect its members. Representatives from 18 cities, the Riverside County Board of Supervisors, the Eastern and Western Municipal Water Districts, and the Morongo Band of Mission Indians have seats on the WRCOG Executive Committee, the group that sets policy for the organization, and the Riverside County Superintendent of Schools is an ex-officio member. WRCOG manages the Transportation Uniform Mitigate Fee (TUMF) program which ensures that new development pays its fair share for the increased traffic that it creates. Follow the link to learn more about the TUMF program and local transportation funding.

Public Works Reports

 Sample Traffic Study


CalRecycle Rubberized Pavement Grant

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The City of Corona was awarded grant money by CalRecycle for its Rubberized Pavement Grant, which diverts waste tires from landfill disposal. This grant was used to partially fund the Street Pavement Maintenance Rehabilitation, Project No. 2017-22. Under this project, grinding and overlaying deteriorating asphalt concrete pavement with Asphalt Hot Rubber Mix was completed on Foothill Parkway, Prado Road, Crestridge Drive, and Green River Road. With the help of CalRecycle, the City diverted 29,859 California waste tires from the waste stream by this project.

Traffic Facilities Development Impact Fee Study

Local Traffic Facilities Development Impact Fee Study

Quick Links

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