Our Mission is to construct and maintain those
county roads accepted by the Mohave County Board of Supervisors as County
Highways, as regularly maintained roads, or as tertiary maintained roads, and
to provide a safe and economical transportation system for the citizens of
Construct and maintain 2028 miles of county roads with
751 miles of pave roads
Provide a safe transportation system
Provide an economical transportation system
Mohave County's major source of funding for roadway maintenance is the
State Highway User Revenue Funds (HURF). A small amount, approximately
$150,000, is received from the Power Ball lottery.
The Road Division under the supervision of Manuel Esquibel maintains 2,028 miles of roads of which
751 miles are paved. Arizona Statutes
28-6705 is very specific regarding the maintenance of roads.
Mohave County can only maintain a road to the standard at which the County
received it, e.g., if it was a gravel road, we can only maintain it as a
gravel road. We can not improve a road unless it has been designated a
A road division grader removes debris from a flooded
wash A road division grader clears snow from a mountain
resulting from a powerful storm on March 28, 1998. resulting from a winter storm on December 6, 1998.
Road Maintenance Tasks Include:
Mohave County has two standards of roadway
Petitions For Regular or Tertiary Road Maintenance
Petition For Acceptance of a Road as a Mohave County Highway
To report NON HAZARDOUS conditions,
complaints or to request work -Click
To report HAZARDOUS road conditions on Mohave County roadways,
from 7:00AM to 3:30PM Monday thru Friday, you may
contact the: Road Division at (928) 757-0905.
HAZARDOUS road conditions on Mohave County roadways
after 3:30PM and on weekends or holidays, you may
contact the: Sheriff's Office at (928) 753-2141.
Division personnel are on-call 24 hours a
day to respond to road hazards.