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City of Novato Public Works
75 Rowland Way, Novato, CA 94945
Street maintenance, facilities upkeep and road median beautification are among the responsibilities of the city's publicMore works crew. Department head Jason Nutt oversees the engineering and maintenance divisions, which combine efforts to make sure Novato's infrastructure remains sound. Engineers oversee traffic flow, design of public facilities and construction management. Geographical management systems are widely used in each department, including digital maps. Several committees that include resident volunteers, such as the Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee and the Safe Routes to School Committee, help guide the department's work flow. The maintenance division handles long-term care of roads, storm drains, pumping stations, parks and other city infrastructure. It is involved in disaster response, winter storm preparation, graffiti abatement, street sweeping and hazardous materials disposal. Public Works operates closely with the Novato Sanitary District and the North Marin Water District, which are not part of the city government.
Everclean Restoration Services
373 San Luis Way, Novato, CA 94945
Everclean Restoration Services is available 24 hours a day to fix property damage in the Bay Area. Its areas ofMore expertise include post-construction clean-up, water removal, fire or smoke damage, and storm or wind damage. The company also provides property mitigation services after an emergency. Everclean is a state-licensed lead inspector/assessor, and it maintains general liability insurance.
Pioneer Park
1077 Simmons Ln, Novato, CA 94945
Pioneer Park is among the most popular parks in Novato because of its large updated play structure, its four tennisMore courts and its vast area of lush grass. The nine-acre park about a mile west of the downtown area borders a creek to the north and residential areas on the other three sides. The tennis courts are lighted and in good shape, resulting in heavy usage on the weekends. A paved walkway meanders through the grounds up to the old cemetery on the top of a knoll where many of Novato's famous settlers are buried. The play structure was updated after a large tree crashed down during a 2002 storm and destroyed most of the old wooden play structure. The park is available for rental and is sometimes used for film nights and festivals.
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