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28 April 2021
Part Time Job Openings in Parking Division - Parking Enforcement Officer and Parking Facility Attendant

Part Time Job Openings in Parking Division - Parking Enforcement Officer and Parking Facility Attendant

/Portals/0/News/Parking-PT-Job-Openings.jpgApplication - Online-fillable PDF - Email applications to steffy@monterey.org. Contact Parking Superintendent Cristie Steffy with any questions, steffy@monterey.org or (831) 646-3953.

Parking Enforcement Officer ( Hourly Range: $22.48 - $27.35) - Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Controls the parking of motor vehicles; issues parking citations in metered and unmetered zones, along City streets and wharves, in municipal parking lots and structures and Conference Center area; controls traffic entering City wharves; operates a three-wheel scooter; answers complaints regarding meters or citations; provides general assistance to motorists and information to tourists; notifies the Police Department of abandoned vehicles and law enforcement problems; may assist police with traffic at the scene of an accident; may assist with booting vehicles. Must be available for weekend, holiday, evening and shift work.

Parking Facility Attendant - (Hourly Range: $16.01 - $19.49 ) - Provide Customer Support to motorists in City parking facilities; operates automatic revenue control equipment;; provides security in parking facilities by observing activities and patrolling in facilities; provides general assistance and information to motorists; may assist in traffic control and litter pick-up in and around parking facilities and other related duties as required; may make minor repairs to parking equipment. Must be available for weekend, holiday, evening and shift work. Work is performed outdoors with exposure to inclement weather and around moving vehicles. Must possess a valid California's Driver's License upon time of appointment and be insurable with the City's standard insurance rate, unless otherwise approved by appointing authority.

15 March 2021
Franklin Street Storm Drain Project

Franklin Street Storm Drain Project

The Engineering Office is busy with Franklin Street storm drain upgrades that will reduce pollutants flowing into the bay from stormwater. A filtration device removes trash and debris down to 5mm in size - smaller than a cigarette butt. This project includes a phase 2 to start this summer to upgrade Franklin St intersections and ADA compliance at Tyler, Washington, Adams, Figueroa, and Cortes streets. Postcards will be delivered to neighbors near the project. See the postcard for more details, https://monterey.org/Portals/0/News/Franklin-St-Storm-Drain-Project-Outreach-Mar2021web.pdf

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08 July 2020
07/07/2020: Boil Water Notice in Del Monte Area of Monterey

07/07/2020: Boil Water Notice in Del Monte Area of Monterey

UPDATE 7/11: This notice has been lifted - http://www.onsolve360.com/alert?id=9-36356

A water main break occured on Aquajito Road near Monterey on the evening of July 7, 2020. The State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Drinking Water, the Monterey County Health Department, and Cal Am are advising residents in the affected area to only use boiled tap water or bottled water for drinking and cooking purposes as a safety precaution to avoid stomach or intestinal illness; anticipated restoration by the end of July 10, 2020. Affected areas include the Aguajito Oaks, Aguajito Rd, Del Monte, Deer Flats, Fisherman's Flatts, Naval Post Graduate, Monterey Peninsula College, La Mesa, Fairgrounds, Oak Grove, Sylvan-Castro areas. The water is safe for bathing and hand washing. If you have questions about other uses of tap water, please call your water system or read this guidance: https://www.cdc.gov/healthywater/emergency/. Boiling Water Notice and Instructions Flyer PDF

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