The Pima County Transportation Department (PCDOT) oversees the design, construction, maintenance, and operations of nearly 2,200 miles of roadways and infrastructure throughout unincorporated Pima County. This includes hundreds of bridges and drainage structures, street lights and traffic signs, traffic signals, bicycle facilities and public art works throughout the transportation system.
Right-of-Way Landscape Manual (Draft Manual)
Comments due April 28, 2017
PCDOT Title VI Complaint Form
The PCDOT Title VI Coordinator may be contacted regarding any questions on the PCDOT Title VI Program or regarding a Title VI Discrimination Complaint.
How do I get my dirt road graded?
Who do I call for road maintenance?
Who do I call for sidewalk repairs?
Where can I call for information about construction projects?
How do I report Graffiti?
Who do I call to reduce or increase the speed limit?
Who do I call to request a crosswalk?
Who do I call about speed humps / bumps in our neighborhood?
Who do I call for Mt. Lemmon road conditions or road closures?
Who do I call to “Adopt” a road?
Who do I call to report a down stop sign?
Who do I call to report overgrown vegetation in the right-of-way?
Who do I call to report illegal signs on public property?
How do I know if my street is maintained by Pima County?
I am traveling through Arizona along Interstate-10, who can I call to get information on travel delays, road conditions and construction information?
Priscilla S. Cornelio, P.E.
201 N. Stone Ave., 4th Fl.
Tucson, AZ 85701