Town Maintenance

The Town Maintenance Department plays a crucial role in the  quality of life we enjoy in our community. The department staff, under the direction of Maintenance Supervisor, Bobby Block, work to constantly plan, improve, and maintain the infrastructure and amenities of the town.

We can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.
~ Albert Einstein

Streets and Roads

The department administers and perfoms regular and capital improvements to all roads and streets within the town. A few of the things included in this area of maintenance are; monitoring and maintenance of all features that lie within the right-of-way such as culverts, wetlands, drainages, signs, walkways and sidewalks, curbs, retaining walls, and, of course, road surfaces. Toward this end, the department plans, contracts, and supervises roadway resurfacing,  construction of drainways and culverts, and other  items that are critical to roadway safety as they are allowed by annual budget.

The department is also responsible for snow removal on all streets and roads within town limits. Gunnision County assists with snow removal in the Town of Mt. Crested Butte. Further information on snow removal scheduling and responsiblities can be found on the snow plowing information page located on this site.

Town Parks and Gardens

The Town Maintenance Department maintains the public parks and rereational areas owned and operated by the town. These include Ted Scheske Park and all the amenities located within the park such as The Pavillion, The Mountain Garden, The Fitness Trail, Children's Playgound and Common areas.  In additon, other public areas and gardens are also maintained by the department. These include: Summer base area gardens, roadside gardens, and the bike/pedestrian path which runs from the Mt. Crested Butte town sign to the town of Crested Butte.
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The Town of Mt. Crested Butte does not discriminate. All employees and beneficiaries of Town programs and policies are treated equally without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, creed, religion, sex, sexual orientation age or disability