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  • 86 full time employees
  • 6 temporary employees (utilizes 15 trustees)

Eight Divisions
  • Administration is responsible for preparing the Department's budgets, establishing goals and standards and documenting all activities of the Department.
  • The Road Construction Crew has the primary responsibility for road construction and reconstruction, large drainage projects, heavy maintenance projects, and conducts the county clean up program.  
  • The Road Maintenance Crew has the responsibility for the day-to-day maintenance needs of the road system such as pot hole repair, culvert repair, cleaning of cattle guards and road grading.
  • Road Shop provides repairs to and preventive maintenance for County vehicles and other types of powered equipment.
  • Vector Control provides services to the community in adulticiding (spraying for mosquitoes), larviciding (the control of mosquito larva in ponds, ditches and standing water by minnows called gambusia), prairie dog eradication, sweeping and mowing along County Roads and weed control.
  • Vector Control also is responsible for insect control throughout all County Buildings, including fire stations (a total of 65 buildings).
  • Solid Waste is responsible for the operation and maintenance of 12 transfer stations. This division is responsible for hauling trash from these sites seven days a week. Utilizes trustee labor for litter control and road side maintenance. 
  • Traffic has the responsibility for maintenance of traffic control devices and work zone traffic control for construction and maintenance projects.

 

Road Highlights

County Maintained
(Also 19 bridges)
     761.85 miles  
Commission District 1        91.16 miles     GloJean Todacheene
Commission District 2      452.86 miles Margaret McDaniel
Commission District 3 126 miles Scott Eckstein
Commission District 4 28.77 miles Jack Fortner
Commission District 5 63.06 miles Keith Johns

 
Vehicles maintained - 391 light vehicles, 95 highway trucks, 59 pieces of heavy equipment.

 

FAST FACTS

 

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89 full time employees

 

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6 temporary employees (utilizes 15 trustees)

Eight Divisions

 
 

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Administration is responsible for preparing the Department's budgets, establishing goals and standards and documenting all activities of the Department

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Road Construction has the primary responsibility for road construction/reconstruction, large drainage projects and heavy maintenance projects.

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Road Maintenance has the responsibility for the day-to-day maintenance needs of the road system such as pot hole repair, culvert repair, cleaning of cattle guards and road grading.

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Community Resources utilizes trustee labor provided by the Detention Center and community service workers provided by area courts to perform roadside litter pickup, roadside vegetation removal and other community service projects.

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Road Shop provides repairs to and preventive maintenance for County vehicles and other types of powered equipment.

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Vector Control provides services to the community in adulticiding (spraying for mosquitoes), larviciding (the control of mosquito larva in ponds, ditches and standing water by minnows call gambousia), prairie dog eradication, sweeping and mowing along County Roads and weed control. Vector Control also is responsible for insect control throughout all County Buildings, including fire stations (a total of 65 buildings).

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Solid Waste is responsible for the operation and maintenance of 11 transfer stations. This division is responsible for hauling trash from these sites seven days a week.

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Traffic has the responsibility for maintenance of traffic control devices and work zone traffic control for construction and maintenance projects.

 

Road Highlights

 

County Maintained

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743.11 miles

 

(Also 22 bridges)

Commission District 1

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47.07 miles

GloJean Todacheene

Commission District 2

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523.86 miles

Ervin Chavez

Commission District 3

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97.19 miles

Scott Eckstein

Commission District 4

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23.88 miles

Jim Henderson

Commission District 5

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51.11 miles

Tony Atkinson

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Vehicles maintained - 346 light vehicles, 149 highway trucks, 91 pieces of heavy equipment.

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In 2004, 1339 trustees worked an average of 8 hours per day equating to a value of $143,438.

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In 2004, 3300 minor offenders referred by area courts were given community service assignments and monitored with a 58% completion rate.