The Roads Department provides a high level of service to all residents, stakeholders, and municipalities. Proactively providing road maintenance with the community’s values in mind. Respond to all requests with fairness, professionalism, and being fiscally responsible.

The Roads Department is dedicated to the safe operation and maintenance of all County-owned roads. Not all roads in Tooele County are under County jurisdiction; some are private, State, municipal, Defense Department, tribal, or in unincorporated areas. Currently, the County maintains 1,330 miles of roadway, including 370 miles of paved roads ranging from residential streets to rural highways and 960 miles of gravel/dirt roads leading to various State and Federal recreational areas. For service requests, submit online (click link) or call (435) 843-3204.

Construction Alerts Traffic and road construction information.

Apply for an Excavation Permit.

Volunteer for Roadside Clean Up by clicking this link; volunteer groups may perform litter clean-up events coordinated through the County Roads Department.

The Roads Department maintains the following assets:

Curb and Gutter
Asphalt Pavement
Street Signs
Storm and Drain Culverts
Weed Mowing
Snow Plowing
Traffic Control
Pavement Striping
Gravel Road Grading
Cattle Guards

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Visit the Tooele Traffic website for up-to-date traffic information, road conditions, and construction projects in Tooele County.

Tooele Traffic

ZERO fatalities is Utah’s goal for all our highways and freeways. Tooele County supports that goal and asks that you please be a courteous driver, slowdown in construction zones, always pay attention to the roadway and absolutely no texting while you are behind the wheel. Whoever it is, they can wait and you may just save a life.