County road systems in the State of Kansas fall under one of three maintenance classifications as defined by state statue. Finney County is classified as a County Unit Road System (PDF).
Finney County maintains approximately 234 miles of paved roads, 992 miles of gravel roads, 40 bridges and numerous other drainage structures.
Road and Bridge is the largest division within the Public Works Department and provides the following services:
Sand and Gravel Production
Finney County is divided into nine maintenance sections, each averaging approximately 136 miles of road. View Section Map (PDF). The primary duties of the section operator is grading, mowing, and snow/ice removal.
The Road and Bridge Division operates its own truck fleet consisting of tandem axle dump trucks, semis with trailers (bottom dumps, tanks and haul trailers), water trucks, and snow removal equipment.
The construction crews primary responsibility is to build or rebuild gravel roads, asphalt maintenance, process white rock, bridge repair and construction, and various other maintenance projects as needed.
Finney County Road and Bridge manages and operates its own sand and gravel pit, producing materials for use on County roads.
Finney County's shop provides maintenance on all of Public Work's vehicles and heavy equipment. The also provide routine maintenance on vehicles for other county departments.
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