Road Maintenance

About the Division

The division maintains approximately 60 miles of gravel roadways, 171 miles of paved roadways, and 21 traffic signals. Duties of the division include:
  • Asphalt and concrete repair
  • Continue to upgrade and monitor traffic signals throughout the county, including video detection and pedestrian crosswalk signals
  • Enhance the county’s investment in the transportation system through a safe and efficient maintenance program to ensure safe and well maintained roadways
  • Gravel road maintenance, including implementation / pavement of A/C grindings on gravel roadways as they become available, thus reducing maintenance costs, as well as addressing fugitive dust complaints in an effective and efficient manner
  • Roadside drainage maintenance
  • Roadway markings painting
  • Sign installations and maintenance
  • Snow removal
  • Traffic signal and street light operation and maintenance
  • Upgrade and improve drainage systems throughout the county within the county road rights of way.

Douglas County Snow Removal Policy-See Your Road by Priority 

Due to the flood and snow conditions in the valley over the last week, the Douglas County Road staff have reached the maximum driving hours as allowed per Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and are unable to return to regular duty until Tuesday January 17, 2017 at 7 am. If an emergency arises, staff may be called in after 5am on Sunday. 

Douglas County Road Maps

Douglas County Road Report 

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