881 East Center Street
Monticello, Utah 84535
What We Do
The San Juan County Road Department maintains roads and associated infrastructures within unincorporated areas of San Juan County. Inside the area of about 7,929 square miles that makes up San Juan County.
The Road Department maintains 1610 miles of dirt roads, 745 miles of gravel roads, and 371 miles of paved roads. Maintaining these roads includes: grading, asphalt maintenance, chip sealing, snow removal, and maintenance of borrow ditches and flood channels within the road right of ways.
Navajo Division of Transportation (NDOT) Cooperative Project: San Juan County Road Department is currently applying dust a suppressant soil stabilizer to many roads in the Aneth, and Red Mesa Chapter areas. San Juan County is providing the labor and equipment for the project and NDOT has provided the dust suppressant material. It is an encouraging project and San Juan County is optimistic that this type of cooperation will continue in the future and many more roads across the San Juan County, Utah portion of the Navajo Nation will receive a similar treatment.
*Completed* Hatch Trading Post B414: LeGrande Johnson Construction will be completing a total reconstruct of 3.5 miles of county road 414. This includes straightening and widening the roadway, increasing storm water drainage capacity, Driving surface replacement with signs and center line striping. The project is funded by San Juan County and through funds secured from Utah Department of Transportation-Joint Highway Committee. Project begins on May 1, 2017 and has an expected completion date of September 27, 2017
*Completed* Lone Mountain B457 Bus Route: Harrison Field Services, Inc. will begin construction activity on July 25, 2017 on County Road B 457 Lone Mountain. Construction consists of reshaping of roadway installation of culvert to provide drainage and the surface will be upgraded from native dirt to a gravel roadway surface for an all weather road. The project begins at B406 Red Mesa road and ends 2.1 miles east near Sahgzie Creek. Construction is expected to last up to 30 days. This project is funded by the San Juan County Commissioners and Navajo Revitalization Funds (NRF). (July 25-August 25)
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