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Free sand and bags are still available for County residents in the unincorporated areas. (Just bring a shovel.) Locations include:

- Cal Fire Station 73: 28205 North Lake Wohlford Road, Valley Center
- Pauma Valley-Rincon, Cal Fire Station 70: 16971 Highway 76, Valley Center
- Cal Fire Station 50: 1587 Highway 78, Julian
- Alpine Fire Protection District, Station 17: 1364 Tavern Road, Alpine (Bags ONLY)
- Ramona Station: 3410 Dye Road, Ramona, CA
- North County Fire Protection District, Station 4: 4375 Pala Mesa Drive, Fallbrook
- Cal Fire Station 30: 17304 Highway 94, Dulzura
- Bonita/Sunnyside Fire Department: 4900 Bonita Road, Bonita
- Boulevard Fire & Rescue Department, 39223 California 94, Boulevard 91905


DPW crews patrol and fix our nearly 2,000 miles of County roadways, replace guardrails and continually repaint crosswalks and other legends in the roadway. They maintain a vast network of sewage pipes and pump stations. They build and maintain flood channels and water detention facilities. They keep our county drains and storm channels clear, keep our traffic signals and street lights lit. They design and build roadways, sidewalks, bike lanes, pedestrian pathways, equestrian trails,  bridges, and other solutions to our transportation needs. DPW operates eight County airports including McClellan-Palomar Airport, Gillespie Field, and Ramona Airport - a base for Calfire. DPW also works with private developers in building for the future - ensuring public facilities meet standards for safety. They oversee inactive landfills and help protect our environment. There is hardly a part of our public infrastructure that DPW does not help design, build, manage or keep operational to help ensure we have safe communities, sustainable environments, and healthy families.

DPW - Working For You 


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Need to report a problem? Complete our service request form here.  

Check out top capital improvement projects DPW has underway or planned for the future.

Other road closures and detour updates due to construction or special events are posted on the DPW Road Closure page.  

Check out how DPW crews are Working For You on the video archive page, and on the DPW Youtube account.

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