The Engineering Services, Transportation and Environmental Services, and Road Maintenance divisions work together to maintain and improve more than 1,600 miles of roadway and more than 200 bridges within unincorporated Snohomish County.
Whether it is clearing the roads during a winter snowstorm, constructing road improvements during the summer, planning road improvements to accommodate growth, or coordinating traffic light synchronization throughout the year, these three divisions of Public Works keep residents moving.
The roads team focuses on:
Public Works is responsible for the operation, maintenance, preservation and construction of:
The roads team is constantly working on the county’s growing transportation infrastructure. Additional services it provides internally and to the public include: