To provide for the safe operating condition of all roads and bridges on the County Road System by providing a quality road maintenance program.
The Alachua County Road & Bridge Office is responsible for the safe operation and maintenance of the county-wide transportation network of roads, bridges and associated rights-of-way. The road system consists of over 640 miles of paved roads and 240 miles of graded roads.
If you have a problem concerning a county-maintained road or right-of-way such as: pothole, stop sign down, dead animal on the road, tree limb down, road side drop off, clogged culvert, sight distance problem, etc. you may send an email firstname.lastname@example.org and report the problem. The Road & Bridge office will need your name, phone number, location of the problem, and a brief description of the problem.
For further questions regarding a report on a current project, please call us at 352-374-5245.
- To resolve citizen complaints in a responsive and responsible manner
- To constantly seek ways to partner with other agencies to improve the ability to respond to emergencies
- To utilize the most efficient and effective maintenance and repair
strategy for County roads in an effort to maximize revenue resources
- To grade over 240 miles of County unpaved roads on a four-week basis
- To mow over 500 miles of County roads on an eight-week cycle during mowing season
- To pick up an average of 100 tons of litter per year
- To sweep 245 miles of County paved roads on a 60-day cycle