Public urged to apply for RROMAC, URMDAC membership
Sponsored by: Department of Land Use and Transportation, Operations and Maintenance Division
Those who live and/or work in Washington County are asked to apply for one of 10 positions on two transportation-focused community advisory committees that work with the Department of Land Use & Transportation (LUT).
There are six positions available on the Rural Roads Operations and Maintenance Advisory Committee (RROMAC). Three positions are available immediately; the other three begin after Dec. 31.
RROMAC members study and provide input to the Washington County Board of Commissioners (BOC) and LUT Operations and Maintenance (Ops) staff about rural road conditions and maintenance within the County.
Members must live or have business interests within the county's rural areas. For more information on membership, review the RROMAC bylaws. Terms are four years; two-hour meetings are held at 7:30 a.m. on the second Thursday of most months at the Washington County Walnut Street Center. Apply here
The Urban Road Maintenance District Advisory Committee (URMDAC) has four positions available. Three are available immediately, and the fourth is available after Dec 31.
URMDAC members advise the BOC and Ops staff on issues related to services provided within the Urban Road Maintenance District . The committee reviews and makes recommendations regarding URMD's level of service and annual work program, assists in evaluating the cost effectiveness and efficiency of URMD and assists in informing URMD activities.
Members must live within the Urban Road Maintenance District (see map). For more information on membership, review the URMDAC bylaws. Terms are three years; two-hour meetings are held at 4 p.m. on the third Wednesday of most months at the Washington County Walnut Street Center. Apply here
For more information on URMDAC and RROMAC, contact Steve Franks, 503-846-7653.
Washington County is committed to planning, building and maintaining a great transportation system, ensuring the safety of all roadway users and operating the County roadway system in a cost-effective and environmentally responsible manner.
Media Contact:Melissa De Lyser, Public Affairs and Communications Manager