The Public Works department provides oversight and
support services for several County Departments
including The Department of Transportation, Fleet
Services, Facilities and Parks, all of which focus on
providing valuable services to our community that
ultimately enhance the quality of life in Teller County.
Our goal is to provide excellence in public service to
our community and to ensure that our assets are managed
in a responsible manner.
link to the individual departments are provided below for your
convenience. Please direct
any department specific questions to the contact person listed on the
appropriate web page. Feel free to browse each
link to find specific information for each department. Thank you for visiting
The Teller County Department of Transportation
(TDOT) supports and provides the following:
- A safe and reliable Transportation System - one that is
the most efficient with the available
- Quality customer service by striving to provide
maintenance levels necessary to achieve public
- Ensure that projects provide the most functional and economic benefit
expenditure of funds and
quality intergovernmental relations.
The Facilities Department supports the following responsibilities and services: the
Parks Division - building and building systems maintenance - housekeeping - grounds and parking
lot maintenance - construction project management - workplace safety - life safety - and general
services that affect our County's efficiency; e.g., office rearrangement, furniture assembly.
Fleet Services’ primary objective is to control the overall costs of
operating, maintaining and replacing of the County fleet of vehicles
and equipment. Fleet Services will maintain the county fleet in a
manner that ensures operational readiness throughout the prescribed
lifecycle using proven industry standards in our maintenance
The primary role of the Teller County Division of Parks is an emphasis on development of
Community-level parks and sports complexes. The Parks Division, along with the Teller County Parks
Advisory Board, recognizes the critical importance of Neighborhood parks and other park types to
maintain a healthy community and a desirable quality of life. The Teller County Division of Parks
currently manages or co-manages 32 acres of developed, active-use parks.