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Lucio Martinez

Deputy Director of Public Works - Field Operations

 

 

 

 

 

ROAD DIVISION 

Responsibilities

 

The Field Operations are responsible for maintaining approximately 2555 miles of County roads of which 1349 are paved and 1206 are unpaved as well as 138 County bridges along County roads. Imperial County ranks 7th out of 58 Counties in maintained mileage responsibility.

The Imperial Valley is divided into four (4) sections, with each section being assigned the responsibility of one of the road district yards.  Each road district yard works to perform road maintenance or road rehabilitation in their assigned section. In addition to the four road district yards there are three (3) satellite yards in outlying areas of the County.  Each road yard district also works in conjunction with the other road district yards to perform special road maintenance jobs and rehabilitation projects. Each road district also operates a gravel pit, located in their respective district, as needed.

The sign shop works in conjunction with each road district to maintain any striping, stencils, stop bars and sign maintenance in their respective district.  They also provide the materials and signing for rehabilitation, detours, and special maintenance jobs or emergencies during or after working hours.

Each road district is also responsible for the upkeep of their assigned vehicles, equipment, and road district yards.

By far the most important role the Field Operations play is during emergencies. They are typically one of the first responders in any road related emergency including traffic accidents, earthquakes, fires and rain and other storm events. Safety of the traveling public is paramount in the services provided including staff labor, tools, material and equipment to perform such emergency work on County roadways 24 hours, seven days a week. Most of the work being performed by the road districts is coordinated through Martin Lang, Deputy Director of Public Works – Field Operations by way of weekly road superintendent meetings to go over progress of work being done, and to plan any future work.

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Location of County Road Yards & Satellite  Road Yards

 

Imperial County Road District #1

1098 Heffernan

Heber, CA. 92249

Road Superintendent: Lucio Martinez

(760) 352-7534

 

Imperial County Road District #1 Satellite Road Yard

1477 Ross Road

Winterhaven, CA. 92283

Road Superintendent: Lucio Martinez

(760) 572-0138                                     

 

Imperial County Road District #3

304 E. 4th Street

Imperial, CA. 92251

Road Superintendent: Luis Bermudez

(760) 355-1748

 

Imperial County Road District #3 Satellite Road Yard

2256 West Cleveland

Salton City, CA. 92275

Road Superintendent: Luis Bermudez

(760) 394-4503

 

Imperial County Road District #4

4736 Highway 111

Brawley, CA. 92227

Road Superintendent: Luis Bermudez

(760) 344-3031                                     

 

Imperial County Road District #5

1744 East Underwood

Holtville, CA. 92250

Road Superintendent: Lucio Martinez

(760) 356-2251

  

Imperial County Road District #5 Satellite Road Yard

HWY 78

Palo Verde, CA. 92266

Road Superintendent: Lucio Martinez

(760) 356-2251

                 Safety First Tips:

The Department of Public Works is aware that traffic accidents can happen at any time, however, we believe that most of these accidents can be avoided if drivers operate defensively as well as observe all traffic laws.

The following links will provide you with some safe driving tips:

 

teendriving.com