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The Street Maintenance Manager position is a management level classification in the Public Works- Maintenance Division and reports to the Deputy Director of Maintenance and Business Operations. Key responsibilities include the management, planning, organization, and assignment of maintenance projects to crews, supervisors/leaders. The Street Maintenance Manager will oversee a staff team of 27 employees, organized around functional groups related to Pavement Maintenance, Street Sanitation, and Traffic Safety. Other staffing resources include temporary employees and on call contractors.
Fremont's new 5-year CIP has grown to a value of nearly $200 million and includes major investments related to infrastructure rehabilitation, traffic signal modernization, improved facilities for walking and bicycling, and infrastructure investments supporting the vibrancy of Downtown Fremont and Fremont’s Innovation District. Private development in Fremont is active with the design and construction of projects totaling over 5000 housing units, 3 million square feet of office/industrial development and a 5 million square foot expansion of the Tesla Motors factory.
Primary responsibilities include:
THE PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT
The Public Works Department plays a key role in shaping the community and its future, as Fremont has several transformative land use and transportation projects underway to support the City’s vision of being “strategically urban.” Public Works is responsible for engineering, transportation, civic facilities, inspections, and maintenance for the City. The Maintenance Division within Public Works supports both internal and external customers and plays a key role in preserving, enhancing, maintaining, and improving capital assets.
Fremont is “on the rise” with a bold plan to develop Downtown Fremont into a vibrant mixed-use district, including a new civic center. In November 2014, the voters of Alameda County approved a nearly $8 billion transportation investment plan providing substantial new resources for Fremont to improve and expand transportation services related to BART, commuter and local transit, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, traffic safety and congestion relief, and pavement maintenance.
Other key projects include the Warm Springs “Innovation District” where over 850 acres are transforming into a mixed-use, transit-oriented employment center home to advanced manufacturing companies. Public Works is managing the construction of an iconic pedestrian access bridge which will cross over Union Pacific Railroad to connect the new Warm Springs BART station to the nearby employment hub—home to the Tesla factory, Fremont’s largest employer.