Current Job Openings

Current Job Openings:

Utility Maintenance Worker: $3,556 – $4,324/monthly plus excellent benefits.

This is journey-level position. Under general supervision incumbents in this classification are expected to operate and maintain the City owned and operated water distribution system, sewer collection system, associated storage facilities, and other related work as required. Ideal candidates are self-motivated, have previous experience in water/wastewater and possesses a Class B CDL. Must possess a Grade II Certification as a Distribution Operator issued by the California Department of Health Services. Application deadline is January 18, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. Application materials and full job descriptions may be obtained from the City of Grass Valley, 125 E. Main St., Grass Valley, CA 95945, at, or by calling (530) 274-4301.

Job Description for Utility Maintenance Worker

City of Grass Valley Employment Application


Employment Applications are only accepted when there is a job opening for an advertised position


Facility Rentals

The City of Grass Valley currently has approximately 108 acres of parklands, consisting of 7 developed park sites and 1 undeveloped park site within the City limits.

The Memorial Park Swimming Pool is currently being operated by the Northern Sierra Aquatics.  Information on pool use may be obtained on NSA's website.

Hydrant or Load Use Application

Water is available on a temporary basis for construction or by load use.

Improvement Standards



Design Standards, Construction Standards and Standard Details


Industrial Wastewater

Survey to be completed with Business License application

New Utility Installation Application

The New Utility Installation Application must be submitted for all new water and sewer service lines.

Sidewalk Cost Sharing Program

On November 23, 2010 City Council approved the Sidewalk Cost-Sharing Program to assist qualified property owners in paying for these repairs.

Street Sweeping

The City endeavors to provide clean, well maintained streets for citizens and visitors alike.  You can assist us by complying with the City Municipal Code and following some simple guidelines.

The sweeper must make wide paths around parked cars, trailers, RVs, etc, leaving areas unswept.  Please try to make alternate parking arrangements around days your street is to be swept.

Water Conservation

Other water conservation resources

What Does NOT Go Down the Drain

Please avoid putting these substance down your drain.  It puts a huge strain on the waste treatment system.

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