The core mission of Paulding County Department of Transportation is to provide a safe and efficient roadway system for motorists, pedestrians and cyclists in Paulding County. The County maintained infrastructure system includes 999 miles of road, 57 bridges, 48 signalized intersections, 49 school flashing beacons and 9 flashing beacon assemblies. The Paulding County Department of Transportation performs this duty with 72 full-time personnel.
In order to accomplish its stated mission, the Department of Transportation is organized into four (4) divisions. These are Maintenance, Traffic Operations, Engineering and Construction.