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Public Works - Roads Division
The County Roads Division maintains approximately 547 miles of roads and 32 bridges. Maintenance includes repair of asphalt and gravel roads, guardrails, drainage pipes, storm drains, inlets, and side ditches. The Division responds to emergencies such as: road flooding, trees that are down, vehicle accident damages, and performs tree and brush trimming and removal as well as routine maintenance, cleaning, painting, and minor repairs to bridges. Queen Anne's County is divided into 22 snow plow routes. Queen Anne's County maintains salt and abrasives, stored at two permanent locations. The Sign Division is responsible for traffic engineering and maintains and places all County highway markings such as center lines, edge lines, crosswalks, stop bars, turn lanes, and railroad crossings. In addition, the Sign Division replaces, repairs, cleans, and installs road name and traffic control signs. The Roads Division investigates all citizen requests and makes recommendations for additional sign placement.
The Roads Board is comprised of the five County Commissioners. Roads Board meetings are typically held every other Tuesday during the County Commissioner's Meeting at the Liberty Building in Centreville. If planning on attending, it is wise check the upcoming Commissioner's Agenda to find out exactly when the meeting will occur.
Public Works - Roads Department
312 Safety Dr.
Centreville, MD 21617
Chief Roads Engineer: R. Shane Moore, P.E.
7:30am - 4:30pm
Monday - Friday
6:00am - 4:30pm
Monday - Thursday