Public Works
Welcome to the Butte County Department of Public Works, serving its residents since 1850. The Public Works Department maintains approximately 1,300 miles of roadways, including over 500 bridges and drainage structures and more than 18,000 road signs. Our goal is to provide you with the best customer service possible. If you are unable to find what you are looking for on our website, please call our office for more personal service.
Clean Water Partners

What is the Clean Water Business Partners Program?

The County of Butte and City of Chico's Storm Water Management Programs have developed the County Clean Water Business Partners (BCCWBP) program to help prevent stormwater pollution.  Rather than impose more regulations on businesses, the Clean Water Business Partners Program provides incentives to local businesses for promoting clean water awareness and implementing Best Management Practices (BMPs) like properly draining their used wastewater into the sanitary sewer system for treatment.  Not only do the participating businesses and customers benefit, but our local environment does as well!

Storm drains collect water outside of homes and businesses and channel the water directly to water ways such as local creeks and rivers, untreated.  More pollutants reach our waterways through the storm drains than through sewage treatment plants and industrial discharges combined.  To keep our waterways clean and healthy, it is important to keep pollutants out of the storm drain system.

The sanitary sewer system collects residential, commercial, and industrial wastewater (sewage) from inside buildings (e.g., toilets, sinks and washing machines) and channels the wastewater to a treatment plant where pollutants are removed and the treated water is discharged into waterways. 

What are the benefits of the Butte County and City of Chico Clean Water Business Partner Program?

Clean Water Business Partners helps educate the community by conducting customer outreach.  Businesses that involve their customers in the program and comply with the program's Best Management Practices (BMPs) are included in the BCCWBP program promotional campaign, and recognized by their customers as good environmental stewards.

How do you sign up?

Visit the Keep Chico Creeks Clean website at - http://www.keepchicoclean.org/

Tom Blixt , Program Director

Partner Information

Chico Carpet Cleaning
Serving the Chico area
(530) 924-4130

ServiceMaster Select
2545 Zanella Way #C
Chico, CA 95928
(530) 924-4450

Lincoln Cleaning & Restoration
936 West 8th. Avenue
Chico, CA 95926
(530) 895-0646

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Butte County Public Works
Phone:    530.538.7681
Fax:        530.538.7171

Neal Road Recycling and Waste Facility
Phone:    530.345.4917
Fax:        530.645.1820

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 Locations and Hours

Butte County Public Works
7 County Center Dr.
Oroville, CA 95965

Office Hours
Monday - Friday
7:30am to 4:00pm
Excludes Holidays

Neal Road Recycling and Waste Facility
1023 Neal Road
Paradise, CA 95969

Hours
Monday - Sunday
7:00am to 4:00pm
Closed: New Year's Day, Easter, July 4th, Thanksgiving, Christmas

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Public Works

7 County Center Drive
Oroville, CA 95965

Mike Crump, Director

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