Mission Statement
The Cibola County Road Department has 12 full time employees. They are overseen by Edward Salazar, the Road Superintendent. Cibola County  Road Dept. maintains 100 roads that equal 363.216 miles of road, consisting of graveled, dirt and chip sealed roads. They also maintain cattle guards and clean arroyos and culverts. We have a variety of heavy equipment which includes 5 graders, 5 dump trucks, 1 chip spreader, 1 Distributor, 3 transport trucks, 2 loaders and 2 backhoes.

Their goal is to provide quality maintenance of the Cibola County maintained roadways and insure the safety of the motoring public, while maintaining a safe, courteous and professional working environment.


Congratulations to our new Road Superintendent Edward Salazar. 

County Road Dedication and Maintenance Policy

Road Infrastructure Placement Permit - A permit is required for the placement of utilities and other infrastructure including without limitation cattle guards and culverts and other drainage structures, in, under, or across County roads and bridges.

Private Grave Excavation Policy

Contact The Road Department Office
We are open to the public during the following business hours: 
Monday through Friday from 7:00 am until 3:30 pm. 
Closed for business on Saturdays, Sundays and County Holidays.