Public Works

What's New...

01 December 2023: 

  • The County’s annual Winter Parking Ordinance 2022-06 began on Wednesday, November 1 and will remain in effect through Monday, April 1, 2024. A press release regarding the implementation of Ordinance 2022-06 was distributed last month. 
  • The Willard Springs Green Waste Site has closed for the winter season. It will reopen for the 2024 summer season on April 5, 2023. 

Road Maintenance Division

Road Maintenance

Roads Capital Improvement Projects

Road Capital Improvement Projects

Pavement Preservation Projects

Pavement Preservation Projects

American Public Works Association Accredited

American Public Works Association

Coconino County Flood Control District

County Flood Control District

About Public Works

Coconino County Public Works maintains ~1,000 miles of roadways across a vast, spectacular landscape in northern Arizona. In addition to Road Maintenance, the department also administers the County’s Flood Control District and provides Fleet Services to all County departments.

With a budget exceeding $25 million, the department is funded by gas tax revenue and, more importantly, a locally controlled sales tax dedicated solely to road maintenance services and capital projects. Sixty-five percent of the County’s voters approved Proposition 403, the Road Maintenance Sales Tax in 2014, providing over $10 million in revenues annually and supporting investments in our people, organizational improvements, capital projects and equipment for the next 14 years.

The Road Maintenance Sales Tax has funded about $49 million in capital project expenditures including pavement preservation projects since 2014. These funds are also supporting investments in technology, including a state-of-the art pavement management system that has been populated with data from the most sophisticated pavement evaluation technology available. Public Works is very successful in securing grants, including about $40 million in federal Land Access Program (FLAP) grants.