Public Works Department
The Public Works Department is in charge of Engineering, Development, Operations & Maintenance, Code Enforcement and Permits for all infrastructure and facilities owned and operated by the Mountain House Community Services District (MHCSD).
Director, Public Works Department
Reports to: General Manager
Nader Shareghi obtained his Bachelor of Science Degree and a Master of Science Degree in Civil Engineering from California State University Fresno. Nader started his career with the City of Stockton in 1986 starting as a Civil Engineer and was promoted to Senior Civil Engineer in charge of design, development and construction. At the City of Stockton he gained valuable knowledge and experience in Capital Improvement Program, Project Design and Program Management, Development Services and Land Development, Construction Inspection and Surveying. In 2002 Nader joined the highly motivated and energetic team of the Mountain House CSD as the Public Works Director after serving 16 years as an engineer for the City of Stockton. As the Public Works Director, Nader functions as the City Engineer and the Traffic Engineer for the District approving all the plans and specifications for various projects, approving development plans, and managing construction of all infrastructures as well as overseeing all operation and maintenance as well as code enforcement and permit compliance for the District.
Nader has been an active member for multiple engineering societies such as National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE/CSPE), American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and American Public Works Association (APWA) and San Joaquin Engineers Council (SJEC) are including serving as president for the California Society of Professional Engineers and other boards. Nader was awarded The San Joaquin Engineers Council "Engineering Profession Distinguished Service Award" in 2011, and is a “Distinguished Member” of CSPE.
Nader and his wife Natasha fell in love with Mountain House and decided to make this community their home. Nader enjoys spending time with his wife and three children and they enjoy traveling.
The Department sets standards for the design, development and construction of streets, utilities, and other public infrastructure. Public Works ensures that all public utilities and facilities are in place and maintained for the residents of Mountain House. In addition the Public Works Department reviews and makes recommendations on development applications and annexations, the Department checks plans to ensure compliance with current regulations and identifies whether proposed development will have an impact on the surrounding environment. It operates and maintains all facilities owned by MHCSD to provide services to the community and ensure the facilities are properly maintained and operated. It also ensures proper enforcement of all standards, master restrictions as well as compliance with all MH Ordinances.
Engineering & Design
The Engineering Division ensures that all public works development projects, Capital Improvement projects, transportation systems, storm drainage systems , sewer systems, Water Supply and distribution, water and sewage treatment facilities, landscaping , public building , etc and meet community requirements. Engineering provides general oversight of Development services, Capital Improvement Program, construction inspection and traffic and transportation engineering.
The Development Division ensures that all development planning, map review process and transportation planning is in compliance with the MHCSD Master Plan, design guidelines and county approved documents. It also oversees the MARA, PLEP, annexation and fee reimbursement process. It oversees flood control and flood plane management.
- Subdivision Maps
- Transportation Permit
- Mitigation Monitoring
- Easements / ROW
- CEQA Coordination
- DCRC/Planning Commission
- Transportation Plan
Operations and Maintenance
The Operation and Maintenance Division maintains public utilities, facilities and community areas within Mountain House Community Services District. Operations and Maintenance is responsible for:
The Code Enforcement Division ensures compliance with MHCSD ordinances, CC and R’s (Master Restrictions) and other community approvals. It enforces the MHCSD regulations and issues various permits. It oversees the construction of new homes to ensure compliance with the MHCSD standards and Master Plan. Enforcement is based on two components, the Master Restrictions and the Mountain House Ordinances. The goal of the Master Restrictions is to inform, educate, and create a community with natural aesthetics, environmental protections and sustainable growth. The Mountain House Ordinances are in place to ensure safety and compliance with local, state and federal laws, as they apply to building codes, zoning, architectural design and all public activities within our jurisdiction.
- Permits & Fees- Applications online-list fees
- Building Permit
- Pool Permit
- Encroachment Permit
- Transportation Permit
- Master Restrictions
- Mountain House Ordinances
- Fines (Link to Fine Policy)
- Variance to Master Restrictions
- House color
Building Permit Inspections