Public Works

The Camden County Public Works Department includes the Fleet Services, Mosquito Control, and Roads and Bridges Divisions. 

Fleet Services

Camden County's Fleet Services Division maintains, services, and repairs over 180 county-owned vehicles and heavy machinery.

Roads and Bridges

The primary function of the Roads and Bridges Division is to maintain, repair, and drain paved and unpaved roads owned by Camden County. We also maintain traffic and safety signage along those roadways and maintains more than 4,000 drain culverts.

How Many Miles of Public Road are in Camden County?

Did you know?
  • There are 720 miles of public roads in Camden County.
  • 180 miles are maintained by the City of Kingsland.
  • 126 miles are maintained by Georgia Department of Transportation (I-95, Highway 17, Spur 25, Highway 40, Spur 40, and Highway 252).
  • 96 miles are maintained by the City of St. Marys.
  • 18 miles are maintained by the City of Woodbine.
  • 300 miles are maintained by the Camden County Roads and Bridges Division of which: 165 miles of public paved road and 131 miles of public unpaved roads.
  1. Several Camden County Employees Receive Advanced Certifications in Their Fields

    The Camden County Board of Commissioners is pleased to announce the recent achievement of certifications by members of the Fleet Services Department and the Solid Waste Authority. Read on...
  2. Mosquito Spraying Begins April 1st

    The Camden County Public Works Department, through new contractor Vector Disease Control International (VDCI), will begin this season’s mosquito spraying in Camden County on Thursday, April 1, 2021. Read on...
  3. Camden County Introduces 2021 Summer Interns

    The Camden County Board of County Commissioners is pleased to introduce four student interns who will be working for Camden County this summer. Read on...
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