The City of Lompoc Engineering Division of the Public Works Department has many responsibilities. We manage the City’s Capital Improvement Program, manage consultant contracts, construction management, and provide design and inspection service to ensure that the City's infrastructure is constructed according to quality and safety standards in the most cost effective manner.
City of Lompoc Construction Standards
- INTRODUCTION: Revision List/Introduction/Table of Contents
- Section 1: DEVELOPMENT DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
- Section 2: GRADING, EXCAVATIONS, EARTHWORK
- Section 3: CONSTRUCTION OF SANITARY SEWERS
- Section 4: CONSTRUCTION OF WATER MAINS
- Section 5: CONSTRUCTION OF STORM DRAINS
- Section 6: CONSTRUCTION OF STREETS
- Section 7: STREET TREE REQUIREMENTS
- Section 8: PARKING LOT FACILITIES
- Section 9: PUBLIC SAFETY
City of Lompoc Encroachment Permits are required for all work within the public right of way.
- Encroachment Permit Application Information
- Encroachment Permit Application Form - This form can be filled out online. Save the form & you can email your application to us.
Grant Deed Forms
- Public Electric Easement Deed (Word)
- Public Road Easement Deed (Word)
- Public Utility Easement Deed (Word)
- Public Waterline Easement Deed (Word)
- Public Sewer Easement Deed (Word)
Development Assistance Brochures
- E 10 Encroachment Permits & Public Improvement Plans
- E 20 Grading Permits & Grading Plans
- E 30 Record Drawings
- E 40 General Notes
- E 50 General Grading Notes
- E 60 General Public Improvements Notes
- E 70 General Notes for Parking Lots
- E 80 Checklists for Completeness of Engineering Plans, and Report Submittals
- E 90 Checklists for Completeness of Subdivision Maps (Parcel & Final Maps)
City of Lompoc Benchmarks & Coordinates
- Agreement to Pay Form
- Current Projects Map (Under Construction)
- Lot Line Adjustment Requirements
- Cost Estimate Form (Excel)
- Policy for Approving Small Wireless Facillities (SWF)
Project FY-18-S-3 Funding Acknowledgement
City of Lompoc project number FY-18-S-3 “2018 Cape Seal Project” was funded in part by $116,870.00 from a CalRecycle grant.
The project diverted approximately 9,253 California Passenger Tire Equivalents from the waste stream.