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Road Maintenance

Paving Crew

Road Maintenance

  • Repairs and maintains over 1,000 miles of roadways within unincorporated Placer County from Roseville to Tahoe.
  • Provides roadside tree and vegetation control and emergency roadway hazard response.
  • Repairs and maintains 125 bridges throughout Placer County.
  • Maintains roadway signs, striping, and traffic signals.
  • Provides snow removal for 235 miles of roadway in eastern Placer County, including North Lake Tahoe.
  • Road Division has personnel located throughout the County at six corporation yards.
  • Corporation yards are located in Tahoe (Burton Creek and Cabin Creek), Colfax, Foresthill, Auburn and Lincoln.

Let Us Know

Snow removal

Is My Road County Maintained?

  • Not all roads are maintained by Placer County Road Maintenance
  • Private roads, state highways and city streets/roads not county maintained
  • Contact Placer County Road Maintenance to inquire about the status of your roadway.

Streetlights

  • Most Streetlights are maintained by the local electric utility service provider (PG&E, SMUD, or Liberty Energy.)
  • There are two ways to report the streetlight outage:

Need an encroachment Permit?

Minor work in and around county maintained roads requires an encroachment permit.

Americans with Disabilities Act Services on County roads

Contact Placer County Public Works Roads Division

Email
Placer County Roads

Mailing Address
Placer County Public Works Road Division
11428 F Ave.
Auburn, CA 95603

Office Address
Placer County Public Works Road Division
11428 F Ave.
Auburn, CA 95603

Phone
530-745-7565 
530-581-6220 (Tahoe Area)
530-889-6989 (Fax)

Office Hours
Monday - Friday 7:00 AM - 3:30 PM

CalRecycle GRANT FUNDING

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CalRecycle is the state's leading authority on recycling, waste reduction and product reuse.  Officially known as the California Department of Resources, Recycling and Recovery, CalRecycle plays an important role in the stewardship of California's vast resources and promotes innovation in technology to encourage economic and environmental sustainability.  CalRecycle provides grant funding for local agencies to encourage the use of recycled and innovative products. Placer County was awarded a $250,000 grant from CalRecycle’s Rubberized Pavement Grant Program to be applied towards our 2013 Surface Treatment Contract which utilized a “rubberized” chip seal that contained recycled tires. The rubberized chip seal was placed on over 25 miles of county roadways, and diverted the equivalent of 18,720 California waste tires from going into landfills.
To learn more about Cal Recycle, go to: www.calrecycle.ca.gov

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