Call dispatch at 760-355-1158 (non emergency) to report malfunctioning traffic signals, street flooding, sewer back-ups or spills, or other matters that can not wait until normal business hours. See phone numbers at right for calls during business hours.
Sand bags can be picked during major storm events from the Fire Department located at 2514 La Brucherie Road, Imperial, CA 92251 or by calling (760)355-1158.
The Engineering Division provides standards and specifications for various infrastructure requirements such as storm drains, pipe crossings, etc. Click here for additional information.
The City of Imperial only maintains the sewer mains. The service lateral to the main the property owner's responsibility (per Chapter 18-10 of the Imperial Municipal Code and Ordinance No. 462).
To report a street light problem, call (760)355-1152 or email email@example.com with the pole number, address, and description of problem.
The City of Imperial receives Colorado River water diverted at Imperial Dam and transported to the Imperial Valley through the All-American Canal. The Imperial Irrigation District’s Dahlia Canal and Newside Canal deliver the raw water from the All-American Canal to the City’s Water Treatment Plant which operates 24 hours a day. The City's Treatment Plant consists of a 7 million gallon per day conventional surface water treatment. The City stores 2 million gallons of treated water at the treatment plant and has two 2-million storage distribution tanks and two remote booster stations. The City has a single pressure zone water pressure leaving the treatment plant at a 70 psi.
For billing inquiries or to set up a water account, please call (760)355-4371.
For all other questions regarding the Water Treatment Plant, please call (760)355-2155.
Allied Waste (Republic Services) is under contract with the City of imperial to collect garbage, curbside recycling and yard waste collection.
Imperial residents are provided with three toters/containers: garbage (black), recycling (blue), and yard waste (green or brown). All three are normally picked up on Wednesday mornings.
Everyone in Imperial is encouraged to decrease the amount of waste sent to the landfill. California state law (Assembly Bill 341)mandates recycling for all businesses that generate more than four cubic yards of solid waste per week and multifamily dwellings of five units or more. All residents are provided a blue toter for commingling of recycleable materials. The following items can be recycled and should be placed in the blue toters/containers:
Paper and Cardboard
Residents who wish to limit or stop delivery of directories should visit www.YellowPagesOptOut.com and submit their requests as soon as possible to ensure receipt in advance of future delivery cycles.
Items that are too large or too heavy to fit in the toters/containers can be picked up by Allied Waste at no charge.
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