Verl Cook – Roads Manager
Ritchie Coats – Area Roads Superintendent
Yavapai County Road Maintenance operates out of two facilities, Western and Eastern Divisions and employs 60 people dedicated to prompt and courteous service.
Activities performed are:
- Pavement Maintenance: Chip Seal, Overlay, Reconstruction, and Paving
- Crack Seal
- Grading dirt roads
- Cleaning roadside ditches and culverts
- Brush cutting and weed mowing
Maintenance is allowed only on County Maintained Roads and is governed by AZ State Statue. Only roads classified as County Maintained Roads are eligible for maintenance as the use of HURF funds is governed by State Statute §28-6705 .
To find out if a road has been approved for and is receiving County maintenance please contact the Public Works Department. See also: GIS Mapping Applications
How do I get my road classified as a county maintained road?
Public roadways of Yavapai County may be added to the official road inventory if established, engineered, and constructed to current county standards (Resolution 1036), recommended for approval by the Public Works Director and approved for maintenance by the Board of Supervisors.
Yavapai County Resolution 1036: Minimum Standards for Yavapai County Roadways
Cost of improvement is the sole responsibility of the developer or property owners for that area. Funding can be accomplished voluntarily within a community or the formation of an improvement district (resulting in an assessment) may be the most appropriate method to use for road improvement.
Road Improvement Districts Brochure
Information on Forming a Road Improvement District
Resolution 1317: Policy regarding establishments and annexations (2001) ,
amended by Resolution 1842 (2013)