Texas Counties Deliver
Public Works



             Steven Davis

                    Marisela Campos
                     Assistant Director

                    Amber Valles
                      Department Coordinator 


                    7613 W. Dunn Street
                    Odessa, Texas 79761
                  Phone (432) 381-0098

                      OFFICE HOURS:
                     Administration & Engineering:
                       8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. [Monday – Friday]

                                  Road Maintenance and Traffic Operations Sections
                          7:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. [Monday – Thursday



 you may also contact us at (432) 381-0098 to submit a request

Ector County does not maintain public roads that are not part of the Ector County road system. FM and State Highways are maintained by Texas Department of transportation (TxDOT). Other roads are maintained (repaired) by the corresponding municipalities; (i.e., The City Of Odessa) except for private roads.

Ector County Web Map Portal



Permian Basin Metropolitan Planning Organization
Interregional Planning & Environmental Linkage Study 


Public Works Projects and Roads


  1. Moss Avenue (West Odessa) Mill and Overlay Project, from University to IH-20
  2. Apple Street (Pleasant Farms) Improvements to Add Shoulders and Reprocess Surface
  3. CTIF Seal Coat Project (Summer 2022)




  1. Cottonwood Road Widening Project, from Hwy. 385 to Midland Co. Line
  2. W. 87th Street Widening Project, from Hwy. 385 to FM 1882 (West Co. Rd.)
  3. 67th Street Drainage Improvement Project



  1. 42nd Street (2nd phase) Widening from US Hwy. 1936 to Knox Ave. & Drainage Resolution at Cypress Avenue (Begin Spring 2023)
  2. SH 385 Service Road Re-Work caliche road and alleviate drainage issues from E. VFW Ln. to 67th St. (Begin Spring 2023)
  3. W. Sycamore Drive Sawtooth Curb & Gutter/Road Reconstruction from W. 23rd to Mockingbird Ln. (Begin Summer 2023)
  4. Caliche Road Improvements Paving of selected caliche county roads (Begin Summer 2023)


    1. Four Winds Addition (West Odessa)
    2. Plum Avenue (West Odessa)
    3. Bronze Street (South Odessa)
    4. Mulberry East (South Odessa)


  5. Tripp Avenue Widening & Drainage Improvements from IH-20 to W. 42nd St. (Begin Fall 2023)
  6. Kellus Turner Park Revitalization (Construction TBD)

About Us

The Ector County Public Works Department is responsible for maintenance approximately 552 miles of paved roadway and 33 miles of caliche/unpaved roadway. Our core services and divisions are: Road Maintenance Section, Traffic Operations Section, Engineering Section, Airport Maintenance Section, Equipment Services Section, and Parks.

Our Vision: Committed to excellence by being the department of innovation and quality road maintenance services.

Our Mission: Provides an effective, systematic approach to the care and maintenance of Ector County roads, fleet, parks, and airport as well as provide services and support to communities and agencies in the County. In fulfilling this mission, we are proud of our employees who provide superior dedication to ensure public safety as a priority. 

Road Maintenance Section 
Manuel Carrillo

¨Constructs new roads

¨Repairs and preserves existing roads

¨Grading and shaping gravel roads and drainage ditches

¨Mowing & cutting brush

¨Picking up trash along roadsides and R.O.W.

¨Removing and disposing of dead animals off roadways

¨Maintaining driveway and mailbox approaches

Engineering Section
Lead Specialist:
Eddie P. Vasquez 

¨Reviewing R.O.W and relocating utilities as needed for County projects

¨Issuing addresses outside of city limits

¨Permits and inspects all new driveways constructed along County roads

¨Permits and inspect all excavations performed by outside contractors on Ector County maintained roads

 ¨ Manages County GIS Interactive Maps


Traffic Operations/Airport/
Parks Section 
Luis Esquivel


¨Installing and maintaining traffic signage in compliance with the T.M.U.T.C.D.

¨Striping center lines and edge lines of roadway, and parking lots of all county business buildings

¨Entering and reviewing crash reports in compliance with TxDOT CRIS User Application.

¨Developing and reviewing TCP in compliance with T.M.U.T.C.D. during roadwork and all third-party work on our R.O.W.

Equipment Services Section
Managed by: Vector Fleet Management]    
Site Manager: Paul McCright


¨  Maintenance and repair of all County motor vehicles and equipment. Click here for more information

¨ Submit Maintenance Request

¨ Fleet Fuel Card Policy

¨ Equipment Donation Policy & Procedures

¨ Fuel Card Transaction Log

¨ Essential Function for Driving

¨ Fuel Card Increase Form