Road Fee Project History

Annual Resurfacing Program: Previously, the County spent approximately $3 million of road fee revenues each year on an asphalt pavement program for County maintained roadways.  The program included asphalt pavement preservation (preventative maintenance), roadway reconstruction, and asphalt pavement installation.  A list of roadways that were repaved/rebuilt with road fee revenues are illustrated in the below “Road Maintenance Fee” reports. 

Capital Improvement ProgramThe County also has a multi-million dollar Capital Improvement Program that includes safety improvements, road widening, intersection improvements, right-of-way maintenance, roadway striping, bridge replacements, and drainage system repairs. These are major, non-recurring projects and are illustrated in the “Road Maintenance Fee Fund – Summary Since Inception”. 

The result is better, safer roads, less damage to vehicle, and well maintained infrastructure.