Gila County is a county that can be found in the state of Arizona. They have an engineering department that can provide surveying, design, mapping as well as the technical knowledge about construction, roadway planning, maintenance and structures for drainage. Below are general details that you will want to know about the Gila County engineering:
Grading and Drainage: An ordinance for was created so that the public heath, general welfare and safety will be promoted. It also focuses on minimizing private and public losses through the regulation of grading and drainage for all land that is within the area of Gila County, Arizona that is unincorporated.
Right-of-Way: The purposes of the ordinance that was created includes to instruct all the public utilities agencies as well as the contractors on how they can prepare and submit their plans along with the other documentation in securing a Right-of-Way permits; to describe policies, processes and requirements involved; and to define the roles and the parties’ responsibilities.
Abandonments: The policy is established so that the general procedures and guideline for the abandonment of public roadway easements, public rights-of-way and all the other public easement that are under Gila County’s jurisdiction and are governed by Arizona Revised Statutes 28-7201 through A.R.S. 28-7215.
Primitive Roads: The policy clarifies the areas that are County Maintained Roads which are designated as Primitive Roads, the guidelines that should be used when selecting these roads and the signing of the requirements that are mandated for such types of roads.
Country Dirt Roads: The policy is established to ensure the uniformity of the countrywide policy with regards to the maintenance and designation of “Country Dirt Roads”.
Facts about Gila County Engineering
Other general information about Small Areas Transportation Study (SATS), Adopt-A-Road Program, Roadway Design and Survey are also included under the Engineering division of Gila County.