Mission: To maintain the county's transportation system of roads and bridges, provide a safe system, and protect the investment in that system. To develop and provide high levels of service by planning, scheduling, directing and controlling work.
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Five-Year Road Program for 2012-2013 to 2016-2017
including the Future Construction Projects Map
Road Program and Map [PDF]
Turnbull Bay Bridge repair
(Updated Oct. 4, 2011) - Turnbull Bay Bridge reopened after temporary repairs were completed in a record-breaking 10 days. The contractor earned a cash incentive of $11,000 for finishing early. The work involved replacing 12 of the 96 support beams allowing traffic, including vehicles and school buses, to cross the bridge.
(Orange Avenue) Bridge project [PDF]
(high-rise alternative approved by the Volusia County Council)
Stormwater Management Program
Click here to learn about Volusia County's Stormwater Management Program.
AutoCAD (computer-aided design and drafting)
AutoCAD standards manual [PDF]
AutoCAD layer template files (zip file)
Barn service area [PDF]
The Road and Bridge Division maintains 1,083.5 miles of roadways in the unincorporated area of Volusia County and 51 bridges, including three bascule bridges (drawbridges) that operate around the clock. Road and Bridge employees are responsible for maintaining and upgrading the existing transportation system throughout the county. This includes asphalt repair, mowing, drainage, dirt road maintenance, tree removal work, mixing and mining of roadway materials, and maintenance of all bridges.
The Road and Bridge Division has programs to regularly inspect the roadways and its features. We request the help of all our citizens in reporting safety hazards such as pot holes, sight distance problems, flooding, tree problems, litter and any other problems on the rights-of-way. You can call the number listed below in your area to report concerns.