Lyndon Robjent, Public Works Director/County Engineer
William Weckman, Assistant County Engineer Michael Legg, Highway Maintenance Superintendent
The mission of the department is to provide an adequate county highway system for the movement of people and goods in a safe and efficient manner.
The Carver County Highway Department is responsible for the design, construction, and maintenance of the county highway system. The department administers all functions associated with the 209 miles of county state aid highway and 56 miles of county roads and 52 bridges under the jurisdiction of the county.
Maps: The Highway Department offers a county map for $1.00.
Highway Permits: For information about highway permits and application forms, click on: Highway Permits
Road & Bridge Construction Projects:
For information on current construction projects, click on: Construction Map
For information on future construction projects, click on: Future Projects
Inquiries: Road maintenance inquiries can be directed to Mike Legg at (952) 466-5241. Inquiries about signage can be directed to Mike Legg at (952) 466-5241 or our Sign Foreman at (952) 466-5242.
Adopt-A-Highway Program: This program began in 2000. Groups pick up litter at least two times a year for a minimum of three years. They are supplied with safety vests, trash bags, safety training material and recognition signs at both ends of the adopted road segment. For more information, please contact the Public Works Office at 952-466-5200.
Pick-A-Highway Program: This program began in 1992. Groups pick up litter only once. They are supplied with safety vests, trash bags and safety training material. For more information, please contact the Public Works Office at 952-466-5200.
Are you interested in learning more about Roundabouts? Check out this video!
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Thanks to the Local Road Research Board for use of this video.