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Road & Bridge
The mission statement for the Pasco County Road and Bridge Department states: “Maintain a safe, quality transportation infrastructure for the citizens who live, work and travel through Pasco County. Two key Programs of the Road and Bridge Division are described below:

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Road Shoulder Maintenance

Road Maintenance Program:
The County’s Infrastructure Management System maintains an alphabetical lists all Roads and Bridges in Pasco County. The data base associated with this system is maintained by the Public Works Department. The Maintenance Jurisdiction over roads is categorized as: 
         
 
  • A: Pasco County Maintained;
  • B: Privately Maintained with No Government Jurisdiction;
  • C: City Maintained;
  • D: Florida Department of Transportation Maintained;
  • F: Independent Taxing District Maintained; and
  • H: Homeowners Association (Mobile Home Park, Condos/Apartments, Gated/Private) Maintained. 
Only those roads that have been accepted into the County’s Maintenance Program are maintained by the Public Works Department. Such roads carry a maintenance jurisdiction of “A”, as noted above, and there are over 3,600 lane miles of road to maintain, countywide. This maintenance is funded under the Program Maintenance portion of the County’s Budget, and includes: Grading, Shoulder Maintenance (see above image), Patching/Paving, Crack Seal, Bridge Maintenance, Median Enhancement, Traffic Sign Installation/Replacement, in-house Road Striping, Tree Work, Spraying and Landscaping. 

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Road Shoulder Maintenance
Roadside Swale Maintenance
Drainage Infrastructure Maintenance Program: This maintenance program covers Mowing, retention and detention pond maintenance, pipe replacement replacements, ditch maintenance (see image at right), Vac Truck Operations, Road Litter Control Program, Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) Inspections.

Factors Affecting Road Maintenance Scheduling: Scheduling road maintenance work like pothole repair or pavement patching, crack sealing, shoulder maintenance or median enhancement can all be adversely impacted by weather, materials (sod/asphalt) availability, equipment down time, as well as Emergency Operations priorities.


Contact Us
Michael J. Garrett, P.E.
Public Works Director 
 
Main Office
7536 State St., Suite 140
New Port Richey, FL 34654
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Ph: (727) 847-8143

After Hours Emergency Only
Ph: (727) 847-8102

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