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If the streetlight is the County's responsibility, Special District's staff will arrange for repair of the streetlight. If the streetlight is PG&E's responsibility, Special District's staff will submit a work request to PG&E. If the streetlight is the City's responsibility, the customer will be directed to contact the city's service center for repairs. To report an inoperable streetlight or questions about a streetlight email Special Districts or call (925) 313-2000.
The County can only remove trees from creeks that they maintain. Usually these are improved (concrete lined or earth trapezoidal) channels. Some creeks are maintained only for capacity, not erosion or other damage.
The County Surveyor has no authority to mediate private property issues.
A stop sign is intended to determine the right of way at an intersection. It is a rather poor speed control device. Studies have shown that the effectiveness of a stop sign on speed ranges from 10 to 150 feet from the sign, after which a vehicle will regain its original speed or faster. If a speeding problem exists, the County can park a radar trailer on your street to inform drivers of their speed.
No. If your property is a lot in a subdivision we can provide a copy of the recorded subdivision map which will show easements created by that map and other easements affecting the property at that time; however, there is no reason to assume that other easements have not been created since. A title company insurance policy or preliminary title report is the best source of disclosing things such as easements affecting a particular property.