Road & Bridge Department


Providing Better & Safer Mobility

We are responsible for road improvements including paving, maintenance of roads and bridges, trash pickups, pot-hole repair and mowing right-of-ways.

Innovating through Technology

A geographic information system (GIS) has been deployed to help visualize, analyze and understand infrastructure data that reveals patterns and trends in road and drainage needs. This ultimately assists in more efficient planning and community development of the precinct.

In addition, $50,000 was invested in GPS technology to identify, locate and maintain contact reports with one or more fleet vehicles in real-time. This will aid in the prevention of labor fraud, speeding, idling, unauthorized vehicle usage, reduction of fuel cost, improve driver safety and productivity.

Completed Roads Up to Date in 2016

Street Name
Owassa Road 
Canton Road
Trenton Road (Cesar Chavez to Alamo)
Trenton Road (Tower Rd to Dead End)
Ramseyer Rd (Expressway to Doolittle Rd)

Other Road & Bridge Functions

Traffic lights
Traffic signs
Pot holes
Bar ditches
Rumble strips
Maintenance of grass on right of ways, including visibility of intersections
Installation of road signs
Brush trimming
Litter pick-up on county roads

Mobile Community With Efficient & Well Maintained Roadways

Precinct 4 is evaluating current urban and rural roadways and strategically planning for future roadway projects and enhanced traffic flow that connect the mobility of communities more effectively. The precinct is charged with ensuring that all safety measures are taken with the traffic control department. The department takes preventive maintenance measures to increase the life span of rural roadways with ongoing overlay projects.