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Sponsor: Land Use & Transportation
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Last updated: 01/14/2013
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Last updated: 03/16/2016
To keep Washington County's roads and bridges safe and functioning, we pave, patch and grade roads; hack back blackberries and brush along the shoulders; repair bridges; install and repair traffic signs; and keep the water moving through culverts and ditches.
The Rural Roads Operations and Maintenance Advisory Committee (RROMAC) works with county staff and advises the Board of Commissioners on issues related to rural roads. RROMAC meets on the third Thursday of every month at 7:30 a.m.
A Right-of-Way permit is required to perform work within the county road right-of-way, whether in the road, along the sidewalk, on the shoulder or in the ditch. A right-of-way permit is not required for a mailbox, fence or landscaping as long as no sight obstruction or hazard is created.
Sponsor: Land Use & Transportation
Sponsor: Land Use & Transportation
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Last updated: 12/17/2012
Frequently asked Questions for Land Use & Transportation Operations Division
Sponsor: Land Use & Transportation
Sponsor: Land Use & Transportation
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Last updated: 02/04/2015
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Last updated: 06/16/2015
Sponsor: Land Use & Transportation
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Last updated: 04/13/2015