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Yes. All significant public facilities are accessible including City Hall, Eureka Police Department, Eureka Fire Headquarters, Adorni Recreation Center, Municipal Auditorium and the Wharfinger Building.
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The Facilities Division provides corrective and preventative maintenance for over 80 City of Eureka buildings and facilities.
Major facilities include City Hall, Eureka Police Department, Eureka Fire Headquarters, Municipal Auditorium, Adorni Recreation Center, Wharfinger Building, the Economic Development Association Plant and the Sequoia Park Zoo Entry Pavilion.
Service functions include custodial, carpentry, plumbing, painting, building electrical, traffic system, electrical and festival or event site preparation.
The Facilities Division is made up of nine regular full time positions and one 10-month regular part-time position. The positions include a Harbor and Facilities Maintenance Manager, Facility Maintenance Specialist, Electrician, Facilities Maintenance Technicians, Senior Custodian and Custodians.
The City has over 1,400 street trees and includes trees and landscaping as a component of any major city development project. In 2002, the City Council passed a resolution establishing the City of Eureka as a “Tree Lined City.”