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Department of Transportation

The Fremont County Department of Transportation is responsible for the maintenance and construction of those roadway and drainage structure assets sustained through the direct and indirect efforts of Fremont County. We strive to be effective and efficient in the management of the transportation related infrastructure as needed within the public right-of-way of Fremont County maintained roads.

Adopt-A-Road

Accountability Reports

Yearly Project Reports

Equipment Road-e-o

The Fremont County Department of Transportation would like to thank all of our judges, volunteers and sponsors for the work and help they provided in our Eighth Annual Equipment Road-e-o.  Thank you to CSU Extension for making our lunch, Lisa Ring for taking pictures and for our website.  A big thank you goes out to all of those people who helped wherever needed, and to our event participants.

A special thank you goes out to all of our generous sponsors: 4Rivers Equipment, Skyline Steel, Fremont Paving, and Tezak Heavy Equipment.  

We thank all of our entrants from the City of Cañon City, Teller County, Custer County, and Fremont County.  We enjoyed this years’ event and hope you all had a good time.

EQUIPMENT ROAD-E-O WINNERS CIRCLE

1st Place Grader: Steve Hamilton
2nd Place Grader: Ben Yurga
3rd Place Grader: Victor Talamentes
   
1st Place Loader: Logan Green
2nd Place Loader: Derrick Holt
3rd Place Loader: Charlie Marshall
   
1st Place Excavator: Scott Hileman
2nd Place Excavator: Sterling Rife
3rd Place Excavator: Josh Klein
   
Overall Grand Champion: Chance Harmon
Reserve Grand Champion: Tony Adamic

Photo Gallery 2017 Equipment Road-e-o

Conserving Water While Maintaining Roads

There have been concerns by Fremont County residents about the water used for roadway maintenance during such drought conditions.

While we are conserving water as much as possible, it is necessary to apply water to the roads for some of the more critical operations-such as dust suppressant and major blading/grading operations.  Water preserves the gravel on the road and holds the road together both during and after blading, as well as keeping the dust down.  If water was not used while blading, we would be sending our crews back out to blade the next day-thereby wasting even more manpower and equipment hours.   We are not using the water merely as a dust suppressant-which would be wasteful.  We are mindful of the issue and are conserving our resources and budget dollars as best we can.  Anyone wishing to discuss road issues or concerns may contact FCDOT directly at 275-2047.