Road Maintenance & Work Request

We work daily with the public and other county departments on road maintenance and work requests to cover the more than 3,500 county maintained roads.

In need of work on a county maintained road?
You can contact us at (770) 781-2155 or you can email your request to Dotty Burney @  We have different crews assigned to do their daily work along with these work requests for the county maintained roads and right of ways.

These are some of the work requests we receive: asphalt patch for pot holes, shoulder repair, cut right of way site distance, debris removal, litter pick up, pick up dead animals, tree removal, tree trimming, herbicide spray, minor bridge repair, curb & gutter, cross drain, pull ditch, side drain, storm structure, jett pipe, scrape, gravel, sink holes, sidewalk repair.

The Construction Crew has 12 employees plus their supervisor, Mike Butler,

  • The Roads and Bridges Construction Crew installs pipes due to rusting, failing, breakage and/or damage. They perform culvert, catch basin, sidewalk and minor bridge repairs. They deal with any issues on cross drains, ditches, side drains and storm structures and clear pipes of debris. They assist in the calcium chloride treatment on the county maintained gravel roads.


    The Asphalt Crew has 15 employees plus their supervisor, Travis Wareham,

  • All the milling, asphalt patching and shoulder building on the yearly Resurfacing List of an average of more than 65 miles that is provided by the Engineering Department. 


Mowing and Pothole Crew has 18 employees plus their supervisor, Jimmie Rogers,

  • We currently have 7 crews of 2 to 3 members that make up this team  for mowing, tree cutting, tree trimming, chipping, herbicide spraying, weed eating, debris, trash clean up, repairing pot holes, edge ruts, asphalt patching and picking up any dead animals within the county right of way.
  • During the mowing season we have most of these crews on a rotation that usually takes 6 to 8 weeks to complete their designated zone.
    • From Pilgrim Mill Road northeast to Dawson County line to the lake boundaries and Hall County line.
    • From Bald Ridge Marina Road and Highway 400 to the Fulton County line to McFarland Parkway.
    • West of Highway 400 and south of Highway 20 to the Cherokee County line and south to the Fulton County line.
    • West of Highway 400, north of Buford Highway (Highway 20) to SR 369 and Cherokee County line.
    • West of Highway 400, north of SR 369 to Cherokee and Dawson County lines.
    • All county parkways.





Contact Us

 Address: 110 East Main Street
Suite 120
Cumming, GA 30040
 Phone: 770-781-2165
 Fax: 770-781-2104
 Email: Contact Us

Our Mission

The Department of Engineering represents a functional grouping of divisions meeting a common goal - to provide for the county's infrastructure needs through proper placement and maintenance of roadways, drainage structures, pedestrian walks, and traffic control devices. Our mission is to put citizens first as we promote the health, safety, and welfare of the residents of Forsyth County.