Public Works Manager: Richard Pettie
ABOUT DPW ROADS
The Roads Section is responsible for nearly 2,000 miles of County roads – enough to drive from San Diego across the country to Pensacola, Florida.
Maintaining this extensive roadway system is more than just filling potholes and installing road signs. County road crews grind out and resurface entire sections of worn out and damaged road way. They help maintain our bridges, repair damaged guardrails, traffic lights and streetlights, paint the roadway striping, legends and crosswalks, and plow the mountain roads during and after the winter storms. They also maintain the right-of-way, making sure vegetation doesn’t obstruct your view when pulling out onto the road. They clean out storm drains and channels, replace worn out and rusted under-the-roadway culverts, and even put out the signs to warn you when a roadway is flooded and not safe to cross. They even help close off the street when you plan that special event in your community.
It’s all to keep our roads safe and passable – so we can all “Live Well.”
Road Service Request Report road-related issues such as potholes, cracks, damaged or missing signs, trash, graffiti and more
Road Condition Update – Due to Major Storm Event
Scheduled Road Closures and Traffic Controls Temporary new roadway construction, repairs such as resurfacing, or even the movement of heavy equipment
Tree Trimming Tree in the right-of-way? In power lines? Whose responsibility is it?
Roads Phone Numbers How to reach us, day or night
Road Maintenance Information on how roads are maintained, service programs, and how you can help
Road Stations Map See where the Road Stations are located
Field Engineering Support for our County Road Station staff and more
Road Funding How we pay for roads from federal, state and local sources – and where those dollars go
Prop 1B Roadway funding info
Public Road Standards Design standards for public roads
Field Engineering Support for road maintenance
OTHER DPW SECTIONS
Traffic Engineering Signs, Signals, Striping, Special Events, Traffic Advisory Committee, Frequently Asked Questions and more.
Road Improvement Projects DPW Top Capital Improvements Page
Flood Control For flooding issues outside the public right-of-way
LINKS TO CITIES
Remember, this is all just for the unincorporated areas of San Diego County.