Traffic Safety Calendar
Walkability and Livability Assessment Workshop, 2006
How to Properly Drive Through a 4-Way Intersection
Eric Shjarback firstname.lastname@example.org (360) 299-1980
Matt Reynolds email@example.com (360) 299-1951
GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS (GIS) COORDINATOR
Robert Hoxie GISP firstname.lastname@example.org (360) 293-1920
LICENSED LAND SURVEYOR
Fred Buckenmeyer, Public Works Director
Gunnar Christiansen email@example.com (360) 299-1989
Steve Lange firstname.lastname@example.org (360) 661-3468
Jeff Beltramini email@example.com (360) 661-3462
PUBLIC WORKS INSPECTOR
Jim Baldwin firstname.lastname@example.org (360) 299-1972
OFFICE HOURS, LOCATION AND MAILING ADDRESS
Office Hours: M - F 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Location: Municipal Building, 904 6th Street, 3rd Floor, corner of 6th St and Q Ave
Mailing address: PO Box 547, Anacortes, WA 98221-0547
Maintain complete and accessible engineering records, design and construct robust public improvements, and partner with the private sector to preserve the quality of life and promote the economic vigor of the community.
Roads and Utilities
The city owns and maintains the street, water, sewer, and storm drainage systems. The engineering division makes sure these systems are built properly in the first place. The City Engineer establishes standards for construction methods and materials. Before the city issues a permit for the work, our engineers examine the construction plans and specifications to ensure they meet city standards. During construction, the public works inspector ensures the work proceeds according to the approved plans and specifications. The engineering division plans and schedules the city’s major public works construction projects. They prepare cost estimates and secure funding from the City budget and/or grants. The engineering division either designs the project in-house, or selects a design consultant and oversees the consultant’s work. When the project is planned, funded, and designed, the engineering division manages the construction.
City property that is dedicated to transportation and/or utilities is called right-of-way. To protect our transportation and utility systems, work in the right-of-way is prohibited without a permit. The engineering division reviews permit applications, issues permit approvals, and inspects the work to ensure it complies with permit requirements.
The engineering division provides traffic engineering and traffic safety expertise and conducts quarterly meetings of the Traffic Safety Committee.