There will be no trash pickup on Christmas and New Year’s days. Garbage collection will be delayed one day from Dec. 25 through Jan. 5. So, Monday’s routes will be serviced on Tuesday. Tuesday’s routes will be serviced on Wednesday, and so on into Saturday during the weeks of Dec. 25 and Jan. 1. Routes for commercial customers will also lag by a day during that two-week span. City offices will be closed Dec. 25-26 and Jan. 1 for the Christmas and New Year’s holidays.

Engineering Services moving

Engineering Services is among the City offices moving to the new City Hall Annex at 301 W. Beauregard Ave. in late October.

Most notably, the City’s water billing office is moving to the former First Financial Bank building. Its first day of operations in its new location will be Monday, Oct. 30. The water billing office will be closed Friday, Oct. 27, to accommodate the move from its current location at 122 W. 1st St., adjacent to City Hall.

The new location offers more space and greater privacy for water customers to conduct business, including paying monthly bills, starting or stopping water service, and speaking with service representatives about their accounts.

Customers will enter through the building’s west side, which faces the neighboring Lonestar Cheeseburger Co. and Eskimo Hut. Customers can deliver payments via a dropbox on the building’s south side. Drive-through service will no longer be offered.

Customers can also pay their bills online, via a bank draft, by mail or by phone. Payment option details are available at

The water billing office will occupy the first floor of the newly renamed City Hall Annex. Also on the first floor will be administrators and other employees of the Water Utilities, Operations, Public Works and Engineering Services departments. Those offices will move into the building Friday, Oct. 20.

Functions of Engineering Services 

  • Engineering design and surveying, including project management and inspection services for capital improvement program projects such as the construction and rehabilitation of streets, water and sewer mains, water treatment plans and wastewater reclamation facilities. 
  • Storm water management
  • Floodplain administration
  • Subdivision development, including reviewing and approving elements of new commercial and residential subdivision developments, and performing inspections on construction of all public improvements, including streets, sidewalks and water and sewer mains.
  • Survey and design, including performing deed research, surveying and AutoCad drafting to build and update base maps for use in the development and maintenance of the City’s Geographic Information System.

Projects currently in bid phase

Engineering Services frequently seeks bids/proposals for capital improvement projects. Those requests for bids and proposals can be found here. For additional information regarding the bid/proposal process, visit the Purchasing Division page.

Approved contractors

All contractors proposing to work within the City's water distribution or wastewater collection system must be a pre-approved contractor with Engineering Services. The application, insurance requirements, Texas Commission on Environmental (TCEQ) licensing requirements and a current list of approved contractors can be found under our Water Utilities Engineering Documents.

Active speed hump and street light requests

Below are all active requests for speed humps and street light in the City of San Angelo: