District 3 Map

Mission

The mission of Da1las County's Road and Bridge Districts is the effective maintenance, improvement and construction of roads and/or road systems throughout the County, utilizing construction and management techniques designed to maximize operational efficiency and manage increasing traffic volume through tangible improvements to transportation systems both existing and under development.

Description

Road and Bridge District #3, under the supervision of Commissioner John Wiley Price, is responsible for the maintenance, improvement and construction of roads in the central and southeast portions of the County. Presently, District #3 maintains 122.57 miles of County road and participates in numerous joint road projects and fully reimbursed contract work with area municipalities.

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Highlights

The FY2008 Road and Bridge District 3 Budget reflects a continuation of current service level

Staffing Trends

   

FY2005

 

FY2006

 

FY2007

 

FY2008

Full Time Employees

 

46

 

46

 

50

 

50

                 

Authorized Position Detail (Grade)

  • 1 County Commissioner (00)
  • 1 Road and Bridge Superintendent (L)
  • 1 Commissioner Executive Asst. II (H)
  • 1 General Foreman (H)
  • 1 Commissioner Executive Asst. I (F)
  • 1 Shop Foreman (D)
  • 1 Road Foreman (D)
  • 1 Commissioner Office Manager (C)
  • 3 Cons~ction Equipment Mechanic (10)
  • 1 Bridge Crew Chief (10)
  • 4 Crew Chief/Equipment Operator IV (9)
  • 1 Senior Secretary (8)
  • 8 Equipment Operator ill (8)
  • 1 Shop Assistant (8)
  • 9 Equipment Operator II (7)
  • 1 Clerk II (6)
  • 1 Public Service Program Assistant I (6)
  • 11 Equipment Operator I (6)
  • 1 Mechanic Helper (5)
  • 1 Road and Bridge Crewmember (5)
  • DALLAS COUNTY FY2008 BUDGET