Plans and Public Works

The Plans and Public Works Administrative Office oversees the various divisions within the Plans and Public Works Department, administers the departmental budget, attends to legislative affairs, helps process human resources paperwork for the Public Works employees, and monitors all contracts with the federal government.

P&PW Administration
526 Pierce St.
Monterey, CA 93940
Voice: (831) 646-3462
Fax (831) 646-3467

Dino Pick
Deputy City Manager, Plans and Public Works
pick@monterey.org

Kimberly Cole
Chief of Planning, Engineering
& Environmental Compliance
cole@monterey.org

Jaci Abadilla
Executive Assistant I
jabadill@monterey.org

Karen Larson
Senior Administrative Analyst
larson@monterey.org

Scott Connolly
Accounting Specialist
connolly@monterey.org

Plans and Public Works Offices

Office Main Phone Shortcut URL
Cemetery Operations 646-3864 monterey.org/cemetery
Code Compliance 646-3750 monterey.org/CodeCompliance
Engineering 646-3921 monterey.org/Engineering
Environmental Programs 646-5662 montereyRecycles.org
Environmental Regulations 646-3750 monterey.org/EnvironmentalRegs
General Services 646-3926  
Housing Programs 646-3995 monterey.org/Housing
Mechanical - Fleet Operations 646-3956  
Parks and Beaches Maintenance Operations 646-3860 monterey.org/Parks
Permit & Inspection Services 646-3890  
Planning 646-3885 monterey.org/planning
Property Management 646-5679 monterey.org/propertymanagement
Streets and Utilities 646-3927 monterey.org/streets
Traffic Engineering 646-3473 monterey.org/traffic
Trees/Urban Forestry 646-3860 monterey.org/trees

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Latest News

21 September 2017
Request for Proposals for Property Management Services – Affordable Housing

Request for Proposals for Property Management Services – Affordable Housing

The City of Monterey Housing Programs Office is seeking proposals for the performance of property management services for the most qualified applicant to provide property management services for City-owned affordable rental properties. The City wishes to retain a firm with a proven track record. All properties will be located within the City of Monterey. The successful applicant will be expected to enter into a two-year (2) contract with the City, with a two (2) year option to extend. The deadline for submission is 4:00 p.m., Friday, October 20, 2017. Under no circumstances will late proposals be accepted. 

12 September 2017
09/12/2017: Advertising of Short Term Residential Rentals Prohibited in Monterey Neighborhoods - Notices and potential fines begin October 1, 2017

09/12/2017: Advertising of Short Term Residential Rentals Prohibited in Monterey Neighborhoods - Notices and potential fines begin October 1, 2017

Residential property owners are not allowed to advertise short-term rentals in the City of Monterey's residential zoning districts. The Monterey City Code (MCC), Section § 22-19.5 "Advertisement of short-term rentals" ordinance was passed by the Monterey City Council in April 2017.

21 August 2017
Posted 8/21/17: Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) for Program Year 2016

Posted 8/21/17: Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) for Program Year 2016

The City has been challenged in past years in achieving full conformance with HUD regulations regarding timely spending of CDBG funds.  Active steps were taken in Program Year 2016 (PY2016) to address this problem and spend down the buildup of unspent entitlement funding and program income.  Specific activities and spending plans were developed and implemented to spend down the fund buildup and meet spending goals established in the Program Year 2015 (PY2015) Action Plan and Program Year 2014 (PY2014) Substantial Amendment, while remaining aligned with the 2015-2019 Consolidated and Strategic Plans.  In 2016 the City successfully completed the workout plan and met timely spending goals.

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