A Guide for Residents

The Maricopa County Department of Transportation's mission is to provide connections that improve lives. We strive to provide you with the information and tools you'll need to ensure you make it to work, home and play safely and on time.

Adopt a Road


The Adopt a Road program allows groups and organizations to volunteer and/or support the beautification of country roads.

Records Request


View the Records Request page for commercial and non-commercial requests for public records.

Rules of the Road


MCDOT relies on a combination of rules, regulations and public awareness to keep its roadways operating safely and efficiently. Learn the factors MCDOT must take in to consideration when addressing roadway problems.

Road Information Tool


The Road Information Tool (RIT) offers residents an easy-to-use web-based application to obtain key information about roadway characteristics.

Report a Pothole or Missing/Damaged Street Sign


Residents can report missing or damaged street signs, traffic signal issues, pot holes and more using the online reporting tool.

Contact MCDOT


Send us an online inquiry if you have a question about a MCDOT Project, Roadway Maintenance, Real Estate Acquisition and more.

  1. Deer Valley Road Connection to Improve Travel in NW Valley

    Posted to MCDOT News & Updates on August 6, 2022

    The Deer Valley Rd. Bridge to improve traffic flow during storms, give emergency vehicles a direct route to residents living in unincorporated Maricopa County and provide a shorter drive time for residents commuting to and from the City of Peoria. Read on...
  2. Maricopa County Launches Interactive Roadway Tool

    Posted to MCDOT News & Updates on June 8, 2022

    Maricopa County residents can now report non-emergency County roadway concerns through an app or browser. Read on...
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