- Expand Environmental Section
- Archaeology & Paleontology
- Environmental Bulletins
- Environmental Documents for NDOT Projects
- Environmental Guidance Library
- Expand NDOT Facilities
- Fish & Wildlife
- Hazardous Materials
- NEPA Assignment
- Noise & Air
- Historic Preservation
- Roadside Development
- Stormwater Management
- Tecumseh Historic Square
- Training & Certification
Environmental Stewardship for NDOT Facilities
We pride ourselves as a customer-focused organization. We believe in creating a strategy to deliver our services in the most efficient manner possible – demonstrating our value to the highway user. Our employees take great pride and strive to provide the best possible statewide transportation system, in a safe, fiscally sound and environmentally responsible manner.
To learn more about some of NDOT's environmental stewardship activities, download this brochure: Environmental Stewardship for NDOT Facilities
Good Housekeeping and Pollution Prevention at NDOT Facilities
Maintenance facilities operated by NDOT serve as a base for highway maintenance operations, providing many important services such as snow and ice control, highway and bridge maintenance, landscaping and mowing, fleet maintenance and repair, fueling operations, signal and lighting repair, sign maintenance, animal removal, and pickup of roadway litter and debris. NDOT is required to develop and implement an operation and maintenance program that includes a training component focused on preventing or reducing polluted runoff from NDOT operations.
With approximately 150 operation and maintenance facilities across the state, equipping employees with the resources needed to minimize pollutants associated with day-to-day activities requires an extensive program which includes education, monthly inspections, and compliance oversight inspections.
- Good Housekeeping and Pollution Prevention - Brochure | Poster
- NDOT Roadside Vegetation Establishment & Management