Fremont County
Department of Transportation

1170 Red Canyon Road
Cañon City, CO 81212

Phone: (719) 275-2047
Fax: (719) 275-2120

eMail Us

Office Hours:
6:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Monday - Thursday
Except Holidays

Staff:
Tony Adamic
DOT Director

Gary Weirton
Fleet Services Supervisor
Phone: (719) 269-9930

Paul Garrett
West Road Group Supervisor

Sterling Rife
Special Project Supervisor/MSHA Supervisor

Jimmy Zeleznikar
East Road Group Supervisor

Annette Ortega
Office Manager

Fremont County Engineer
Don Moore
(719) 276-7367
Cell (719) 539-8866
don.moore@fremontco.com

The Fremont County Department of Transportation is responsible for the maintenance and construction of those roadway and drainage structure assets sustained through the direct and indirect efforts of Fremont County. We strive to be effective and efficient in the management of the transportation related infrastructure as needed within the public right-of-way of Fremont County maintained roads.

Adopt-A-Road

Agreement Provisions

Contract

Yearly Project Reports

2014 Road Maintenance Summary

2013 Road Maintenance Summary

2012 Road Improvement Summary

2012 Graveling Detail

Equipment Road-e-o

Fremont County Department of Transportation held the 4nd annual Equipment Roadeo at the 2014 Fremont County Fair.

Popularity of the Road-e-o increased this year, with 34 participants from Custer, Summit, Arapahoe, Pueblo, Teller, City of Cañon City, and Fremont counties.

The overall Champion was Rob Fisher of Summit County and the Reserve Champion was Tim Mitchell of Summit County.

The Division Winners were:

Loader
1st Place Rob Fisher Summit County
2nd Place Tony Adamic Fremont County
Grader
1st Place Chance Harmon Teller County
2nd Place Bryan Boyer Pueblo County
Backhoe
1st Place Tim Mitchell Summit County
2nd Place Vic Schroder Summit County

Photo Gallery 2014 Equipment Road-e-o

Photo Gallery 2013 Equipment Road-e-o

Photo Gallery 2012 Equipment Road-e-o

Conserving Water While Maintaining Roads

There have been concerns by Fremont County residents about the water used for roadway maintenance during such drought conditions.

While we are conserving water as much as possible, it is necessary to apply water to the roads for some of the more critical operations-such as dust suppressant and major blading/grading operations.  Water preserves the gravel on the road and holds the road together both during and after blading, as well as keeping the dust down.  If water was not used while blading, we would be sending our crews back out to blade the next day-thereby wasting even more manpower and equipment hours.   We are not using the water merely as a dust suppressant-which would be wasteful.  We are mindful of the issue and are conserving our resources and budget dollars as best we can.  Anyone wishing to discuss road issues or concerns may contact FCDOT directly at 275-2047.