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Eastern Federal Lands Highway Division

Eastern Federal Lands Highway Division is located at 21400 Ridgetop Circle, in Sterling, Virginia, Loudoun County.

Loudoun County is located between Washington, DC and the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Loudoun County boasts one of the top school systems in the country and provides a nice mix of commercial development and rural scenic farmland. Sterling, Virginia is just 30 miles northwest of Washington DC, near the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains and just 10 miles from Dulles International Airport. The office is conveniently located between State Routes 28 and 7 in Sterling.

For more information please contact:
hr.eflhd@dot.gov

Central Federal Lands Highway Division

Central Federal Lands Highway Division is located at 12300 Dakota Avenue in Lakewood, Colorado. Communities in Colorado are consistently ranked among the top places to live in the U.S. From our majestic mountains and wide-open plains to our bustling cities and invigorating climate, Colorado is the perfect place to call home. Lakewood is located just a few miles west of Denver in the foothills of the majestic Rocky Mountains, which makes it conveniently located close to many mountain activities such as skiing, mountain biking, and hiking. Weather doesn't get much better than in Colorado. With more than 300 sunny days a year, it is not uncommon for residents to ski in the morning and play a round of golf in the afternoon.

For more information please contact:
cfl.fhwa@dot.gov

Western Federal Lands Highway Division

Western Federal Lands Highway Division is located on the grounds of the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site in Vancouver, Washington. Vancouver sits on the Columbia River, just north of Portland, Oregon, and boasts a thriving cultural scene and abundant outdoor activities.

Rich in history, Vancouver is one of the oldest cities in Washington and is a short drive from the Columbia River Gorge, the breathtakingly beautiful 70-mile river stretch that cuts through the Cascade Mountains. The area is consistently ranked as one of the best places to live in the U.S. because of its vibrant cultural and arts communities, recreational activities, proximity to the ocean beaches and mountains, and affordability.

For more information please contact:
wfl_careers@dot.gov

Updated: Tuesday, December 10, 2019