Weld County is undertaking the largest project in county history – the Weld County Road 49 Corridor Project. For information about this project and updates on activities on the WCR 49 Corridor, please click here.
Draft Master Drainage Plan for the Area Surrounding Weld County Parkway and WCR 49 north of WCR 50
Weld County Public Works is currently working on developing a master drainage study for the area around the Parkway and WCR 49 Corridor north of WCR 50 with the help of Farnsworth Group, an engineering consultant selected from among four companies that responded to a request for proposals. The draft study can be downloaded with the links on this page (large document). Please email comments or questions to Senior Engineer Mike Bedell, P.E., at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (970) 304-6496 x 3706 by Friday, May 27, 2016.
The County received a grant from the Colorado Department of Local Affairs to help pay for the project.
The Department of Public Works provides for maintenance and construction of roads, bridges and storm drainage facilities in the public right-of-way throughout Weld County.
The Department is comprised of 9 separate Divisions which includes Trucking, Mining, Motor Grader, Pavement Management, Weeds, Administration, Engineering, Maintenance Support, and Bridge. The Department is responsible for the maintenance of approximately 2,300 miles of gravel roads, almost 700 miles of hard-surfaced roads, over 500 bridges and thousands of culverts.
"Provide a safe and economical transportation infrastructure to the traveling public."