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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.
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Last updated: 11/02/2015
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 Annual Road Maintenance Work Program identifies planned preventive maintenance activities, and is adopted by the Board.
The Urban Road Maintenance District is a voter-approved service district that maintains neighborhood streets in urban unincorporated Washington County.
Washington County has developed a program to fund the upgrades of some roads from gravel to a hard chip seal surface. Upgrades are prioritized based on crop frontage, number of houses, traffic levels, and other factors.
Adopt-a-Road is a public service program for citizens who want to help keep Washington County beautiful by picking up litter along county roads. And it’s a way for environmentally conscious citizens to make a personal commitment to a cleaner environment.
The Urban Road Maintenance District Advisory Committee (URMDAC) works with
In an effort to keep our roads and bridges safe and functioning, we pave, patch and grade roads; manage vegetation; repair bridges; install and repair pavement markings and traffic signs; and keep the water moving through culverts and ditches.
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Last updated: 06/09/2017