Why are we doing this…
A recent community survey showed our residents top concern are the roads.
Not only does the Pueblo West Public Works Department provide personnel, materials, equipment to maintain over 400 miles of roads, they also are in charge of the design and inspection of public improvements (trails, drainage, signals, etc.), multi-agency project coordination (CDOT, County, City, etc.), oversight of right of way permits for excavation and access, grant management (application, bidding, construction, inspections, reporting,etc.), and the management of EPA storm-water permits.
The increase of funds generated will be earmarked and reported in addition to the regular budget, directed exclusively to roads .
Non-residents and other types of visitors pay their fair share for road use.
Did you Know?
The Pueblo West Metro District is the fastest growing community in southern Colorado and operates one of the leanest local governments in the state.
There are over 400 miles of roads in Pueblo West, over half of these roads are approved public paved roadways.
A little more about Pueblo West SOS and our streets…
Pueblo West has nearly 208 miles of County approved public paved roadways, nearly 136 miles of County approved gravel roadways, and nearly 59 miles of County unapproved gravel roadways. We are here to support the community in preserving, maintaining, and rebuilding our streets.
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Pueblo West Roads
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