Department of Public Works - Road
Missoula County has approximately 1500 miles of public roadway. The County Road Department is responsible for maintenance activities on approximately 565 miles of road which have been accepted for maintenance. Of the 565 miles, approximately 325 miles are paved and 240 miles are gravel.
Road maintenance activities include, but are not limited to road repair, cleaning, snow removal, right-of-way maintenance, paving, graveling, and grading. The Department also has maintenance responsibility for approximately 100 sumps and over 900 culverts within the County right of way. The Department operates and maintains one portable rock crusher which is used to produce the aggregate materials needed for road maintenance.
Dust Abatement Program
Dust abatement season is COMPLETE! If you missed the opportunity to jump on our 'shared' program, you may still contact an independent dust abatement applicator to see if they can get you on their schedule at their rate. If you would like to know about our dust abatement 'shared' program, please email Kris at email@example.com or call 258-3710, and she would be happy to discuss it with you.
Dust Abatement IS COMPLETE for the 2015 season!
Thank you to all of you participating in the 'shared' program! You were, once again, WONDERFUL to work with!
2014 Snow Rodeo Winners
Missoula County Public Works sent four members of the road crew to the 2014 Snow Rodeo held in Great Falls the first week of September. The rodeo is a 2day course that involves training thru written and diagnostic testing on snowplows, front-end loaders, backhoes, and motorgraders. Students were given scores based off of a written test, walk-around diagnostic, and finally the competitive rodeo where they put their experience as well as their newly learned skills to the test! We were given top honors of the '1st Place All Around' and 'Champion of Champions' along with multiple other plaques! We already know our road crew is the best around, now we have the trophies to proove it! Pictured above: Standing - Clint Walker. Kneeling - Billy Kreis, Mike Miller, and Ryan Jones. Great job guys!
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Reporting Road Maintenance Problems
Road maintenance problems can be reported to the Department by
calling 258-4824 or 258-4851 or by
email. Please include your name and a telephone number where you can be
reached as well as a complete description of the problem.
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