• Nine Mile Road 2014

    Nine Mile Road Nine Mile Road touched up after a long winter

  • Mallard Way

    Mallard Way Reconstruction of Mallard Way west of Missoula

  • Hiberta Street

    Hiberta Street Taking down this tree on Hiberta Street was safer and easier than waiting for it to fall down

  • LaValle Creek Bridge

    LaValle Creek Bridge A 50% state grant was used to replace this bridge over LaValle Creek on Deschamps Lane

  • Kona Ranch Bridge

    Kona Ranch Bridge If debris is allowed to accumulate against bridges it can lead to problems

Road/Bridge Division

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The Missoula County Road Department is responsible for maintenance activities on approximately 451 miles of road which have been accepted for maintenance. Of these 451 miles, approximately 263 miles are paved and 181.5 miles are gravel. The division also has maintenance responsibility for 132 bridges (9 are pedestrian bridges), approximately 528 sumps and 337 culverts within the County right of way. The department operates and maintains one portable rock crusher, as well, which is used to produce the aggregate materials needed for road maintenance.

Roads employs 28 operators and mechanics between the main office west of Missoula and the satellite shop in Seeley Lake.

The Road Department's regular hours are 6 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday, following daylight savings time, and 6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Monday thru Friday prior to DST, with the exception of holidays. Please call (406) 258-4753 with any road-related general questions. If you need to report a road maintenance issue, you may email or submit information online.

Property Identification Map highlighting county maintained roads

Sweeping Schedule

Mowing Schedule

Road & Bridge Projects

Road maintenance activities include, but are not     
limited to: 

Activities within public rights-of-way regulated by  
Public Works include, but are not limited to:

Petition Procedure to create a Rural Special Improvement District (RSID)

Pavement Condition Report and Recommended Treatments

Pavement Condition Map

Snow Plow Routes

Condon Area Grant Creek/Rattlesnake Areas             Butler Creek & Reservation Areas 
Seeley Lake Area Wye/Frenchtown Areas Miller Creek Area 
Potomac Area Frenchtown/West Areas Urban Area
Piltzville/Beavertail Areas Six Mile/Petty Creek Areas Blue Mountain Area
East Missoula/West Riverside Areas            Ninemile Area Lolo/Graves Creek Areas
El Mar Area South/Florence Areas


Snow Removal from Private Driveways and Property onto Public Right-Of-Way 

Reporting Road Maintenance Problems

Road maintenance problems can be reported on Missoula County's online engagement platform, Missoula County Voice. You may also contact the Department by calling (406) 258-4753 or by emailing mcpw@missoulacounty.us. Please include your name and a telephone number where you can be reached as well as a complete description of the problem. Picture attachments are welcome!

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  • Nine Mile Road

    Nine Mile Road Nine Mile Road prepared for dust abatement

  • Grooms Road

    Grooms Road This culvert was installed on Grooms Road in Evaro to improve water quality in O'Keefe Creek and to ease our road maintenance

  • Graves Creek Road

    Graves Creek Road Sometimes we need to break out the heavier equipment to take care of some snow and ice buildup on Graves Creek Road

  • Boy Scout Road

    Boy Scout Road Boy Scout Road received a fresh asphalt surface after years of heavy traffic in front of the lumber mill

  • Deer Creek Road

    Deer Creek Road We even have trouble on the winter roads