The Pinal County Public Works Road Maintenance safely maintains and repair roads, bridges, traffic signs, guardrails and cattle guards. We make a conscious effort to correct drainage issues, solve various roadway problems and assist other divisions with projects. We are proud supporters of recycling and waste tire, Pavement Preservation, and the Adopt-A-Highway program.
Report an Issue or Submit a Request Online
Is there a big pothole in the middle of the road and would like to report it? Noticed a street sign down? Want more details about the Adopt A Highway program? If you have any concerns, complaints, or requests for Pinal County Public Works Road Maintenance please feel free to fill out an online Road Maintenance Service Form.
Road Maintenance Vs. Traffic Engineering
The Pinal County Public Works is fortunate to have a Road Maintenance division and a Traffic Engineering section to provide various services. Road Maintenance will maintain and repair existing roads, traffic signs, guardrails, cattle guards and bridges. Traffic Engineering maintains traffic signals and roadway striping. They are responsible for various aspects of traffic safety: will tend to new traffic sign requests, collect traffic data like traffic counts and provide information about various ordinances like speed limits, stop signs and school crossings.
Adopt-A-County Road Program
Help keep Pinal County beautiful by volunteering to keep the roads clean! There is no cost to participate. A safety class is conducted and county will provide safety vests, large garbage bags and a designated Adopt-A-Highway traffic sign to the group that adopted a section of Pinal County Highway.
- Why Isn't the County Maintaining My Road?
There could be several reasons why the county isn’t maintaining a road. It could be private property or part of an incorporated municipality. You can call the Road Maintenance Section at 520-866-6419 for information on the county maintenance system.
- How Can I Get the County to Maintain My Road?
If we do not maintain the road then the road would need to meet county standards (engineered, right of way, drainage addressed, etc, and paved) before the county would consider adding the road to our road maintenance system. You can apply through the TIMP process to achieve this or be denied if a standard cannot be met.
- How Do I Find Out if the County Maintains My Road?
You can email [email protected] or call 520-866-6419 to ask if your road is under the jurisdiction of the county, a municipality, or private property.
- How Often Does the County Grade Roads?
We make an effort to grade dirt roads regularly, however we take into consideration weather conditions as well as any safety concerns.
- How Can I Get My County Maintained Road Graded?
Call 520-866-6419 and ask for the Public Works Road Maintenance Section.
- Who Maintains Alleyways?
Property owners are responsible for the maintenance of alleyways and making sure they follow code compliance.