Road Pavement

Pasco County's Department of Public Works maintains more than 2,000 miles of roads, including local, collector and major roads.

Local Roads
Local roads provide service of relatively low average traffic volume and minimal through-traffic movements for access to adjoining residential and commercial properties. Examples of such roads are Beacon Hill Drive, Casey Drive, Cedarwood Loop and Center Street. There are more than 1,600 miles of local roads maintained by Pasco County.

Major Roads
Major roads include arterial roads, which provide service of relatively continuous and high traffic volume, long average trip length, high operating speed, and high mobility importance. Examples of such roads are Little Road, County Line Road, and Bruce B. Downs Boulevard. There are approximately 80 lane miles of arterial roads county maintained.

Collector Roads
Collector roads are also major roads, which provide service of relatively moderate, average traffic volume, trip length and operating speed. These types of roads also collect and distribute traffic between local roads and arterial roads. Examples of such roads are Main Avenue, Decubellis Road, Massachusetts Avenue and Grand Boulevard. There are approximately 300 miles of collector roads county maintained

Road Mileage in Pasco County
  • Pasco County: 2,026.3 miles
  • City: 228.9 miles
  • Homeowner’s Association (HOA): 961.9 miles
  • Private: 634.7 miles
  • Federal Department of Transportation: 295 miles
  • Total mileage: 4,146.8 miles (as of April 2023)
Paving Assessment Billing 

Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Phone: 813-929-2738
Fax: 813-929-1064
Email: Billing Questions

Mailing Address
Paving Assessment
Pasco County Public Infrastructure
19420 Central Boulevard
Land O’ Lakes, FL 34637-7006

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Documents & Forms

How will the road be maintained?
Are there other road treatments in addition to repaving?
How are roads selected and prioritized to be paved?
Will privately maintained roads be paved or maintained?
Will unpaved (dirt or lime rock) roads be paved?
How do I contact someone about a road project?
Are paving assessments (PVAS) going away forever?
A paving assessment had been appearing on my property tax bill. Will I continue to see this in addition to the new MSTU?
If I have a Paving Assessment bill from Pasco County Public Infrastructure, do I have to pay this bill? 
How do I contact someone about my paving assessment bill? 
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