The Department of Public Works is a diverse group of functionally and operationally specialized professionals which is comprised of five Divisions:

  • The Fleet Management Division, is focused on providing transportation and construction equipment assets to 21 organizations within El Paso County including vehicle life-cycle maintenance activities, fuel delivery, and vehicle/equipment replacement programs.
  • The Highway Division is the center of ‘operations’ for the Department. This division is focused on operations and maintenance of El Paso County’s transportation infrastructure including companion stormwater infrastructure. Essential functions of this division include but are not limited to Gravel Road Maintenance, Snow and Ice Control Activities, Asphalt Patching and Repair, Bridge Deck Replacement, Chip Seal Operations, and Roadway Signs and Markings.
  • The Customer Service Division is the ‘face of the organization’. They are responsible for direct interaction with our customers including incoming Citizen Requests for Service, Production Control/Work Order Management, Right-of-Way permits, Facility Control, and 24/7 Dispatch Operations.
  • The Resource Management Division is a small team with a large responsibility. They focus on the Department’s finance and budget management as well as critical logistical support for each of the Department’s operational areas. Further, they play a key role in all departmental procurement activities.
  • The Engineering Division is home to the County Engineer who also serves as the Engineering Division Manager. This division’s focus is on capital construction programs, stormwater management, construction, compliance inspections, surveying, traffic engineering, and transportation infrastructure asset management.

Executive Director,

Kevin Mastin

Contact:

(719) 520-6460 Telephone

(719) 520-6879 Fax

Customer Service:

For Customer Service Requests please use Citizen Connect

Location:

3275 Akers Drive

Colorado Springs, CO 80922

Mountain view with snow on the mountain tops and a forest with a lake at the bottom of the mountain.

Popular Pages

We are open, honest, and respectful in our work and communication. We build trust by transparently publishing data and analytics on our finances, the condition of our infrastructure, and our progress toward our strategic objectives.

Roads

See information on County-maintained road and bridge constriction, repair, and snow-plowing

Fleet Management

Learn about El Paso County’s transportation and construction assets and vehicle auctions

County Engineer

Learn about the role of the County Engineer

Stormwater

Educate yourself on El Paso County’s stormwater systems and plan ahead for heavy precipitation to avoid flooding in your area

Colorado 811

Report a disruption to an El Paso County service including stormwater infrastructure, traffic lights, and more

Right-of-Way Permits

Learn about El Paso County right-of-way permitting and how to apply for a permit

Road and Bridge Planning

Find links to ongoing and past transportation plans, the Road Impact Fee Program, and drainage basin and floodplain studies and maps

Public Improvement District (PID)

Find links to learn about PIDs and how they finance, construct and maintain public improvements or provide a public service

Featured Public Works News

El Paso County Offices Closed Monday for Memorial Day

May 25, 2023 – El Paso County administrative offices, elected administrative offices, and affiliated agencies will be closed Monday, May 29, in observance of the Memorial Day Holiday. The closure includes the following: El Paso County Treasurer & Public Trustee’s Office El Paso County Clerk and Recorder Office – All locations El Paso County Department of Human…

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OUR VISION

El Paso County will be a trusted regional leader known for excellence in county service delivery.

OUR PURPOSE

We provide essential public services to the Pikes Peak Region in support of our residents, businesses, and communities, enhancing the freedom for all to thrive.