Road Resurfacing

Citrus County maintains over 1,500 miles of paved local roads for the public. Paved roads typically need to be resurfaced every 20 to 25 years depending on the type of material used for construction and how heavily they are used.

Per the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) policy, a road’s condition (rating) is based on a scale of 1 -10 (with 10 being the worst). Any road rated a “7” or higher is placed on a list for future resurfacing. That list is then sorted based on density from highest to lowest (Density is the number of homes per foot of road). The current year’s resurfacing list will start with the highest density roadways and will continue until the budget amount for that year has been allocated.

Frequently asked Questions:

Q:  What is my road's condition (rating)?

A:  You can find your road and its rating on the Pavement Rating Map found on Citrus County’s BOCC website GIS page

Q:  When will my road get re-rated
A:  We inspect and rate every County owned local road every two years.

For a copy of the current Road Resurfacing list, please contact Charles Leazott,
Engineering Operations Manager, Engineering Division 
Phone: (352) 527-5269 / Email: