Which Agencies Have Jurisdiction Over Roads in Indian River County and What is the Contact Information for Maintenance Requests?

The map below shows which agency has jurisdiction over many of our local roads.  


Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) Roads


In general, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is responsible for the maintenance of roads that are considered part of the State Highway System.  In Indian River County, the following roads are part of the State Highway System:

  • US 1
  • Route 60
  • A1A
  • All bridges over the Indian River Lagoon including the approaches to each bridge


FDOT contracts out maintenance of all local State Highway System Roads (other than interstate highways) to DBI Services.  To report a maintenance problem relating to one of these roads, email a description of the problem, including the exact location and photos (if possible), to:


          Dan Riojas – DBI Project Manager - daniel.riojas@dbiservices.com (772-532-2035 mobile)


Ideally, the following people should be CC'd on all such requests:


          Patricia Evans – DBI Permits Coordinator - patricia.evans@dbiservices.com (239-841-3980‬ mobile)

          Kris Kehres - FDOT Program Engineer - kristopher.kehres@dot.state.fl.us  (772-519-8443 mobile)
          Maria Marquez – FDOT Contract Coordinator - Maria.Marquez@dot.state.fl.us (772-925-9936 mobile)‬
          Alice Custis – FDOT - Alice.Custis@dot.state.fl.us
          Susan Coderre – FDOT - Susan.Coderre@dot.state.fl.us

          Hugh Aaron - BWIRC Safety Director - safety@bwirc.org


Indian River County Roads
 

In general, the Indian River County Public Works department is responsible for the maintenance of all roads in unincorporated Indian River County other than roads that are considered part of the State Highway System. To report a maintenance problem relating to an Indian River County Road, email a description of the problem, including the exact location and photos (if possible), to:


           PWRBSR@ircgov.com


IRC maintenance requests may also be submitted by calling 772-770-5085 weekdays between 7:30 AM and 3:30 PM.  For more information, visit www.ircgov.com/Departments/Public_Works/Road_And_Bridge/Index.htm


City of Vero Beach Roads


In general, the Vero Beach Public Works department is responsible for the maintenance of all roads in the City of Vero Beach other than roads that are considered part of the State Highway System and certain Indian River County roads as shown on the map below.   To report a maintenance problem relating to a Vero Beach road, email a description of the problem, including the exact location and photos (if possible), to:

           PWRBSR@ircgov.com

Vero Beach maintenance requests may also be submitted by calling 772-978-4870 during regular business hours.  For more information, visit www.covb.org/279/Public-Works-Department


Sebastian Roads


In general, the Sebastian Public Works department is responsible for the maintenance of all roads in the City of Sebastian other than roads that are considered part of the State Highway System and certain Indian River County roads as shown on the map below.   To report a maintenance problem relating to a Sebastian road, call 772-388-8156 during regular business hours.

How Should Road Maintenance Requests Be Submitted?

To submit a road maintenance request, identify the agency that has jurisdiction over the road (as described below) and then email, text or call that agency using the contact information provided below. Generally emails are preferred because they provide a written record that can be forward if needed.  Make sure you accurately describe the location of the problem. Include photos of the problem if possible.

A road maintenance request is a request submitted to the appropriate government agency asking the agency to resolve a road maintenance problem.

What Sort of Road Maintenance Problems Should Be Submitted as a

Road Maintenance Requests?

What is a Road Maintenance Request?

Safety Resources - Road Maintenance Requests

Citizens should submit a road maintenance request for anything that affects the safety of a road, bike lane, paved shoulder, paved trail or sidewalk for any user (e.g., motorists, bike riders, pedestrians) including:

  • Holes or significant cracks 
  • Vegetation overgrowing the pavement
  • Trash, sand or debris 
  • Landscape materials