Engineering provides development regulation for traffic and drainage, engineering plan review, infrastructure construction inspection, stormwater management, floodplain study reviews, and support to other departments. Engineering's goal is to ensure that all proposed developments and capital improvement projects meet and are in compliance with city requirements and standards.
- New developments requesting street or drainage information must schedule a development meeting
- Development meetings are held with city staff on Wednesday only (unless holiday) at the Development Services Center located at 108 E Mountain Street
- To schedule a development meeting, contact Francis Serna, Planning Assistant at 830-386-2505
- For specific Inquiries for Engineering staff, contact Capital Projects and Engineering at 830-401-2776
- Access the Customer Self Service Portal (CSS) for submitting a Public Infrastructure Permit, Traffic Impact Analysis or Development Study
The City of Seguin Technical Manual documents can be found on the Technical Manual webpage. Many of the Engineering requirements are in Chapter 4 of the Technical Manual.
Maintenance Bonds are received through the Capital Projects and Engineering Department. All requirements reflect the City of Seguin Unified Development Code Chapter 2. When submitting a Bond the following is required:
- All Maintenance Bonds must use the form (PDF) acceptable to the City Engineer and the City Attorney.
- Maintenance Bond must be signed by Principal and Surety.
- Engineer of Record cost estimate (signed and sealed).
- Recent pay application from Contractor (signed).
- Subdivision construction permit number issued by the City must be on all paperwork.
Performance Bonds are received through the Capital Projects and Engineering Department. All requirements reflect the City of Seguin Unified Development Code Chapter 2. When submitting a Performance Bond the following is required:
- All Performance Bonds must use the form (PDF) acceptable to the City Engineer and the City Attorney.
- Performance Bond must be be signed by the Principal and Surety.
A permit to work on a City Street is required when installing a curb, sidewalk, driveway to the end of the street, utility cut or any other work performed in the city's right-of-way. Additional information can be found on the ROW Work page, including application links and contact information for inspections.
Utility Service Availability
- Applications for Utility Service Availability must be submitted online through the Development Services Portal (CSS).
To initiate a Pre-Construction Meeting following development plan approval, please complete and submit the following form:
To complete the acceptance process of your development, please complete and submit the following forms in order:
- Development Completion Packet Checklist (PDF)
- Certificate of Acceptance PDF)
- Contractor's Completion Checklist (PDF)
- Affidavit of Payment to Subcontractors (PDF)
- 2-year Warranty Installation & Workmanship Warranty (PDF)
- Final Engineer's Cost Estimate
- Utility Provider Letter (if applicable)
All forms are to be submitted to Matt Pekar, Project Manager and Pam Herrera, Capital Projects/Engineering Assistant. Contact Capital Projects/Engineering at (830) 401-2776 with any questions.