Our work may go unnoticed, but it’s never done. We maintain 3,700 miles of roads and 570 bridges throughout Fresno County, day in and day out. From responding to illegal dumping along our roads to responding to accidents and repaving busy streets, the Fresno County Roads Division works hard so you, your family and employees can safely get to your destination!
Road Maintenance and Operations
As first responders we are there 24/7/365
Stop Illegal Dumping
Help Clean Up Our Roads
If you’ve ever driven by an old couch, broken refrigerator or a heap of trash on the side of the road, we’re the ones who clean it up.
Illegal dumping is a big problem in Fresno County: it’s not only a safety hazard, it can cause serious health and environmental problems, too. And when our team is out in the field responding to illegal dump sites, it takes away from other important work we could be doing — everything from repaving roads to ensuring traffic signs are properly working. Let’s all work together to keep our roads safe and clean! Avoid illegal dumping fines and don’t leave trash along our streets.
Report a Road Hazard
Help Make Our Roads Safer
See a problem with a traffic sign or a damaged road? Tell us! Help us keep drivers safe by reporting road hazards. We offer 3 easy ways to report a problem with a road, bridge, traffic sign or pavement markings.
(800) 742-1011 Toll Free
Monday – Friday 8 am – 5pm
After hours, holidays or weekends:
Fresno County Sheriff’s Department
Permits, Applications & More Information
Fresno County Roads can also help with obtaining permits for work in the right of way, including driveways and sandbags to address localized flooding.
If you’re interested in conducting any activity within the road Rights-of-Way, or are proposing road improvement work, fill out the following applications: Road Improvement Application Road Encroachment Application Transportation Permit We also offer FREE sand and sandbags for flood prevention. Learn more about our program here:
We also offer FREE sand and sandbags for flood prevention. Learn more about our program here: