The Pike County Road Department manages the county’s Road and Bridge system. Activities include all necessary work related to the design, construction, and maintenance of the county’s roads and bridges. Management of this system is done through the unit system, a system by which the County Commission employs a County Engineer who supervises and directs the daily operations of the county’s Highway Department. Presently, the county’s road and bridge network consists of 467 miles of paved roads, 293 miles of unpaved road, and 140 bridge structures.
The County Engineer is also responsible for regulating the subdivision and development of land in the county’s unincorporated areas. All division of land is subject to the county’s Subdivision Regulations. These regulations may be viewed and printed from this website or purchased at the Pike County Engineer's Office. Click here to view these regulations.
Any citizen who has a county road maintenance request is encouraged to contact the Road Department at 334-566-4508. The Pike County Road Department's office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM-4:30 PM. After hours, non-emergency requests may be left on the answering service. Emergency requests please call the Pike County Sheriff’s Dispatch at 334-566-4347. The dispatch office forwards all requests or notifications to the Road Department’s on-call personnel.
Pike County Road Department:
Business Hours: Monday - Friday; 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Address: 301 Riverview Drive, Troy, AL 36079
Russell Oliver, PE- County Engineer
Derick Donaldson, PE- Assistant County Engineer
Rene’ Green- Administrative Assistant
Celiese McDougald- Administrative Assistant
Road and Bridge:
Travis Jones- Road and Bridge Superintendent
Terry Turner- Equipment Management Supervisor
Patricia Tew- Part Inventory Control Specialist