The Public Works Department is dedicated to providing the City of Milton with a reliable public infrastructure system that protects the safety, health and welfare of the citizens.
It is responsible for the maintenance of streets, sidewalks, traffic signs and signals, bridges and storm drainage systems within the public right-of-way.
"Right of Way" refers to publicly owned and maintained areas for access, such as roads and easements.
The Georgia Department of Driver Services and Milton Police Department set which vehicles are street-legal. Bicycles and runners/walkers have a few options. For more information, check out the GA Bike Sense Manual. Farm equipment is allowed for short trips. Horses are preferred on marked trails during daylight hours (see Milton's Right of Way ordinance and information regarding the Milton Trail). Golf carts are not street-legal in Milton.