The Roads Division is responsible for maintenance of 1038 roads with a total length of 733 miles. Because most of the county-maintained roads are two lanes, the Roads Division is actually responsible for maintaining 1,466 lane miles of roads.
Road Division personnel make up the grading crews and the asphalt finishing crew, which along with inmate labor from Floyd County Prison work to improve and maintain our roads at a quality level that rivals any comparable county in Georgia. Grading Crews are also responsible for constructing parking lots at many local government facilities, shoulder construction and maintenance and many special projects throughout the county.
Roadways are initially prepared for resurfacing by grading crews under the supervision of Project Supervisor DeWayne Weeks. These crews also have the responsibility for constructing parking lots at many government facilities, shoulder construction and maintenance, road patching operations and site preparation for many special projects throughout the county.
Floyd County usually begins paving operations the first week of May. If you have any questions regarding the resurfacing schedule or any other questions regarding Floyd County Roads, please contact Floyd County Public Works at 706-236-2495.
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