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Public Works Department

60 & 66 Peter Road
Southbury, CT 06488
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P:(203) 262-0622
Monday - Thursday:
8:00am - 4:30pm
Fri: 8:00am - 1:00pm

Road Program

The Town of Southbury Public Works Department undertakes many projects during the fiscal year. Each project is approved by the Board of Selectmen and funded during the Budget process. It is important to note that the five year road plan reflects roads to be worked upon in the future. Once a project is funded, it is removed from the current year's five year road plan.

Please drive slow in construction zones! Also a reminder, that the roads with the newly applied Chip Seal have the speed limit of 15 MPH. This is to protect the vehicles from unnecessary damage and help to compact the new surface.

Road Projects for 2022

Mill & Pave
Bates Rock Road (North Poverty Rd side)
Bullet Hill Road (Depot Hill Rd to Oak Tree Rd)
Depot Hill Road
Dublin Hill Road (Bucks Hill Rd side)
Ichabod Road (Fish Rock Rd to Royal Coach Ln)
Luna Trail
Midland Trail
Oak Tree Road
Old Waterbury Road (Bucks Hill Rd to Route 188)
Peter Road (Main St to Russel Rd)
River Trail
Rocky Mountain Road (Hulls Hill side)
Sunset Ridge Road
Winterwood Drive
Chip Seal
Bagley Road Little York Road
Branch Road Low Bridge Road
Carriage Drive Mansion House Road
Cedar Trail Northern Trail
Charter Oak Road Painter Road
Coachmans Drive Palmer Road
Colonial Drive Patriot Road
Community House Road Peck Lane
Country Woods Lane Pepper Tree Hill Lane
Crook Horn Road Pleasant Drive
Dublin Road Riverhill Road
Eagle View Road Sachem Road
Evergreen Drive Scatacook Lane
Fawn Ridge Court Settlers Hill Road
Flood Bridge Road Spring Trail
Forest Road Stiles Road
Fox Run Drive Sunburst Drive
Glen Lane Surrey Lane
Grasslands Road Tepi Drive
Grey Rock Road Turrill Brook Drive
Kuhne Road Valley Stream Lane
Lantern Park Lane North Winmar Drive
Lantern Park Lane South Wolfpit Road
Library Road

Click here to find out why the town uses chip sealing on the roads.

Road Study Committee Minutes

Listing files in 'Road Study Committee'