The Public Works Department is directly responsible for maintaining all designated county roads. Maintenance includes snow removal, asphalt/chip placement, road sign placement, sign repairs, sweeping, drainage, monitor and assist flood control activities. Additional programs managed by Public Works Administration include regional transit, and the County Fire Warden.
Department includes County Road Maintenance, Engineering Department, Weed Control, and Fleet Maintenance.
Derrick Radke, PE - Public Works Director
60 North Main
PO Box 128
Coalville UT 84017
Superintendent: Tim Richins
1755 South Hoytsville Road
PO Box 128
Coalville, UT 84017
County Adopt A Road Program
Summit County Public Works provides the community with a public service opportunity that is highly visible for local non-profit and service organizations through the Adopt A Road program. In this program community groups are asked to select a two mile segment of road and clean it twice a year (Spring and Fall). County Public Works will provide groups with reflective vests, plastic bags and guidelines for conducting a road clean-up. We do ask for groups to sign up for available segments and make a minimum two year commitment to the program.
In return, the County will erect a 24" x 30" reflective sign with the group's name on it at each end of the road segment. For more information, please contact Summit County Public Works at 615-3970 to find out about available road segments.